Cape Colony has been mentioned less than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'All About My Birthday' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Cape Colony had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] . Continued tension between the Voortrekkers and the Zulus prompted the governor of the Cape Colony to dispatch a force under Captain Charlton Smith to establish British rule in Natal, for fear [...]
[...] India and assembled in the town. It was named Hutchison Hall after the then governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Walter Hely-Hutchison. When I was a teenager it was used once a week as a cinema. The [...]
[...] in the near future the United Kingdom (including Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and Cape Colony), the USA, and Germany together would dominate the world and ensure peace. He wrote of the [...]
[...] the Acropolis of Athens, which had been under siege. 1834 '–' Slavery is abolished in the Cape Colony in accordance with the Slavery Abolition Act 1833. 1862 '–' In his State of the Union Address [...]
[...] African Union is about 1,50,000. Of this number 1,20,000 are in Natal, about 15,000 are in Cape colony, about 13,000 are entitled to be in the Transvaal—though the actual number there owing to the [...]
[...] to assassinate Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh. 1877: Great Britain annexes Walvis Bay at Cape colony, Southern Africa. 1881: Andrew Watson makes his Scotland debut as the world’s first black [...]
[...] of slave-holding, enslaved people came to constitute the majority of the population of the Cape Colony, numbering more than 60,000 people (Ross, 1999, 6). Slavery generated foundational notions of [...]
[...] they had joined came from. They were members of the 1820 British Settlers that came to the Cape Colony. My great grandmother met her husband in the Cape Colony or South Africa, and thats how the [...]
[...] Cagé and Valeria Rueda, contends that several mission societies acquired presses in Cape Colony between the 1820s and the 1870s. And, they write, the Methodists acquired a printing press in [...]