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Harris, ‘Slave ‘rebellion’’, especially pp. 64–5. Theal, Records, VI, pp. 414–16, 433. Ibid. p. 420. The ‘Galant revolt’ forms the basis of Andre Brink’s evocative novel Hou-den-Bek (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1982) translated as Chain of Voices (London: Fontana, 1982). See also P. G. Warnich, ‘Die toepassing en invloed van slawewetgewing in die landdrosdistrik Tulbagh/Worcester, 1816–1830’, MA thesis, University of Stellenbosch, 1988, chs. 4–5. The archival documentation is found in CA,CJ 633 and CJ 819 and is printed in Theal, Records of Cape Colony (London: Clowes Printers for the Government of the Cape Colony, 1904) XX, pp.
100. Ibid. p. 102. Theal, Records, VI, p. 417. Ibid. pp. 415, 422. Sy is a misprint in Theal’s printed version of the trial record. The word is jij, a term indicating familiarity or superiority, and used in Dutch by parents speaking to children or owners to their slaves – see Theal, Records, VI, p. 420. Harris, ‘Slave ‘rebellion’’ especially pp. 63–4. Theal, Records, VI, p. 418. Harris, ‘Slave ‘rebellion’’, especially pp. 64–5. Theal, Records, VI, pp. 414–16, 433. Ibid. p. 420. The ‘Galant revolt’ forms the basis of Andre Brink’s evocative novel Hou-den-Bek (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1982) translated as Chain of Voices (London: Fontana, 1982).
8 Cassanelli, ‘The End of Slavery’, p. 276; Robert L. Hess, Italian Colonialism in Somalia (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966). 9 O. A. Spencer, ‘A Survey of agriculture in Somalia with Special Reference to the Irrigated Schemes of the Juba and Webi Shebeli valleys’, 28 May 1943: Public Record Ofﬁce (hereafter PRO), Kew, Foreign Ofﬁce (hereafter FO) 1015/73. 10 Del Boca, Gli Italiani in Africa, 2: p. 83.