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Birth:July 6 1792
Death:Mar 15 1864
Name:Sir Andries Stockenstrom
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Text:"... the and with the tacit sanc tion the British be it to further any any colonial but to suit the caprice and gratify the wounded pride of the autocrat of the Colonial and his protege at Grahams Let us hear what SirAndries..."
Date:Oct 22 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... in the country; the residences of SirAndriesStockenstrom, Mr. P. Norton, Major Blakeway, and several others, had been fired and consumed; and in addition to the number of cattle swept away, the loss of valuable..."
Date:July 4 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the 28th ult I acquainted yoUr-for the Commander-in-Chiers information, that I intended to move ou the following moming to support and act with SirAndriesStockenstrom, in our proposed operation..."
Date:Oct 26 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... meeting in Cape Town, at which SirAndriesStockenstrom and Mr. Fairbairn were welcomed; and a memorial to the Queen adopted, praying that " as the present Legislative Council of this settlement, to which..."
Date:Jan 14 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with SirAndriesStockenstrom ; nor could any thing be devised more likely to deceive and mislead the different claves of people with whom he has to deal. In pity, therefore, to these victims of deceit, it k..."
Date:Oct 6 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...-Town also met, surrounded by the excited citizens. It was resolved unanimously, and amidst acclamations, that SirAndriesStockenstrom, Bart., Mr. Advocate Brand, Mr. Fairbairn, Mr. Reitz, and Mr. J. H. Wicht..."
Date:Dec 4 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... AndriesStockenstrom and Mr. Fairbairn—have experienced in this country. their Ben-They they The Suffolk fanners have at last come to senses,—^Lord Rendlesham and Mr. Philip net, their representatives..."
Date:Oct 21 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to be pursued in arranging the frontier differences. SirAndriesStockenstrom has resigned the command of the Burgher forces :— “ The Kei is to be the limit of British control ; west of which Caffre authority..."
Date:Feb 20 1847
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... The unsuccessful campaign of 1846 has given rise to recriminations. There are some among the settlers who do not hesitate to attribute its failures in a great measure to SirAndriesStockenstrom. They accuse him..."
Date:Jan 12 1847
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., may be expected—the acceptance, namely, of the command of tlie Burgher force by SirAndriesStockenstrom. This gentleman has again oeen invited from his retirement in the hour of difficulty..."
Date:July 5 1817
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of general policy^Mr. Reitz and SirAndriesStockenstrom. . .Mr. Reitz says:— I am for equal laws and even-handed justice to all classes, colours, creeds, and races. I am for education on a sound practical..."
Date:Sep 29 1853
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... coUea^es, put an everlasting end. SirAndriesStockenstrom and Mr. Fairbairn have, at the request of their fellow-colonists, accepted the deep responsibility involved in this mission. The health of Sir..."
Date:Jan 4 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...." Eesides the Governor, there would be assembled on the frontier, the Lieut-Governor, the late Lieut,-Governor, (SirAndriesStockenstrom,) tbe Chief Justice, and the Attorney General. Sir Andries had been..."
Date:Jan 11 1841
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... sufferings to tempt them to such a step." With regard to the Kat River people, we need but refer to the testimony of SirAndriesStockenstrom, t'laf, although justly considered, till of late, " one of the most..."
Date:May 29 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., to remind our readers that two delegates from the Cape, SirAndriesStockenstrom and Mr. Pair-BAIRN, are now in England for the purpose of obtaining the Royal consent to a constitution which has been framed..."
Date:June 5 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., and of Mancazana, Somerset, and Uitenhage, have signed requisitions to SirAndriesStockenstrom, calling upon him to return to the frontier, which he had just left with the intention of proceeding on his mission..."
Date:Mar 12 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...-of these gentlemen, SirAndriesStockenstrom and Mr. Fairbairn, returned to the colony in the Harbinger, and were cordially welcomed on landing by their fellow colonists. A very large assemblage took place..."
Date:Jan 7 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., published in the newly-incorporated districts north pf the Orange Biver, on the 10th and 17th of June. The Governor had selected, to fill the five vacant seats in the existing council. SirAndries..."
Date:Sep 28 1850
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Newspaper Archive
Text:"... breaking down stone walks........Informed by the same opportunit' that. SirAndriesStockenstrom's residence, Mr. P. Norton's, Major Blakeway's, Mr. Robinson's, Mr. Painter's, Mr. Nielaud's, Mr. Andrew..."
Date:July 2 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... at a farm about two miles from called The hopes of the colonists had greatly revived from the appointment of SirAndriesStockenstrom to the head ot the Burgher force Much is expected from his Private letters..."
Date:Aug 5 1846
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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