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Birth:Sep 27 1862
Death:Aug 27 1919
Name:Louis Botha/
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Text:"... to suppose that we could consider terras more lavouiable to the lioers than those which have been rejected. The i^ecTctarv of State for War will send a copy of this to Kitcbener.'’ An address of LouisBotha..."
Date:July 9 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... for the Colonies with reference to the negotiations between Commandant LouisBotha and Lord Kitchener if he will cause inquiry to be made from the Boer General as to the terms which his Government consider essential..."
Date:Mar 23 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Lord Kitchener and Commandant LouisBotha; upon the wild stories circulated amongst the Boers to encourage them and the measures taken to coerce the burghers into continued resistance; upon the execution..."
Date:July 9 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... rabic diiii-culiy. Coinmaudant General LouisBotha, General C. Botha, and i’oininaudant^ Oppcruuiu, Britz, and KenJcrson v.’ère ail reported to hi. e been [uoseiit in tbe engagement, and it was -luite..."
Date:Dec 4 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., with reference to the negotiations between Commandant LouisBotha and Lord Kitchener, if he will cause inquiry to be made from the Boer General as to the terms which his Government consider essential to bring..."
Date:Mar 25 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... them to Warrant rank, THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. Mr, PIRIE asked the Colonial Secretary, with reference to the negotiations between Commandant LouisBotha and LorA Kit-henor, if he would cause inquiry..."
Date:Mar 26 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... OF COLONIAL REBELS.BOTHA’S LETTER OF REFUSAL. The papers relating to the negotiations between Commandant LouisBotha and Lord Kitchener were issued this morning. The correspondence opens with a telegram from..."
Date:Mar 22 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... ma tion or to iron bio with it and 1 Tho falsehoods habitual It tho and 1 VV h o r o aw Lor d K i I o b o n o r F honed thu dolor nil nation of all U tbo cm now LLouisBotha rotn of tho lionn with Iho..."
Date:Nov 6 1901
Publication:Moberly, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... as a private hu^her. “ Wishing you all success in your career, I call myself, ** Your obedient servant and friend, “ T. Smüts. ** His Honour, LouisBotha, Commandant General.'’ COLLEGES, SCHOOLS, c. i..."
Date:Feb 6 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... nioved South-east from Middelburg, and was driving LouisBotha before him, bas again been disappointed in his Ofbjecfc of catching the Boer General, who, evading the flanking movement as he was approaching..."
Date:July 29 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...)SSES. (Rbutkb’s S?scial Sebvick.) HARRISMITH. Hat 12. General Weasels, Commandant H. Bouwer, L Jacobs, LouisBotha, Landdrost John Brand, General Wesaels, Adjutants John Jacobs, M. J. Kohler, and John Wessels..."
Date:May 14 1902
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...: Mrs. and Miss Baldwin, Dr. W. Ball, Mr. W. G. Boooock, Dr. W. E. Bob, General Right Hon. LouisBotha, P.C.. M.L.A., Mrs. Botha, Mr. C. W. Carleton, ¡Mr. and Mrs. J. Cavani.,?b, Captain St. G. Clowes, Mr..."
Date:Sep 30 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Aug LouisBotha arrived here this There was a huge crowd in waiting lor him at the railway who shouted Long live the police bat in vain to blear the way for him fco get out of tbe station Finally be had..."
Date:Aug 29 1902
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... Street If your radiator is leaking bring it to us and wo will repair it for and not overcharge Left to right Premiers W F and W M Hughes Premiers R L Borden and LouisBotha The representatives of British..."
Date:Dec 7 1918
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Australia Premier William M Hughes New Zealand Premier W F Massey South African Union Premier LouisBotha BK ZOE Fay with a glare that shot exceed ing discomfort through the pretty young mind hern my girl he..."
Date:Dec 8 1918
Publication:Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"...GAZETTE WILL REPRESENT BRITISH OVERSEAS DOMINIONS AT PEACE CONFERENCE I eft to right Premiers W F Massey and W M Hughes Premiers R L Borden and LouisBotha The representatives of British overseas..."
Date:Dec 11 1918
Publication:Janesville, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... of his election for Losberg, the Right Hon. LouisBotha, Union Prime Minister, said that there was no Cabinet crisis Whatever. All the members of the ^linistry were working together, and there was complete..."
Date:Oct 13 1910
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... addressed by the High Commissioner to Mr. LouisBotha, chairman of the Hot \'olk organisation, which wo reprint to-day from a Johannesburg corre.spondent will be read with interest, as giving us a glimpse..."
Date:Aug 26 1905
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... whom we are in arms today into virile and beneficent IX SOUTH la South Africa the merging of the offices of Commander of the Forces and Prime Minister of Union by LouisBotha's acceptance of the sued..."
Date:Sep 30 1914
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"..., a politician so well known as Mr. Moor, ex-Premicr of Natal, has suffered the same painful experien.?e. Although a safe seat will he provided for Mr. LouisBotha at Stander-ton, and similar accommodation may..."
Date:Sep 17 1910
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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