The Angels Weep - Part One - 1895: Pages 229 - 261 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Part One - 1895: Pages 229 - 261 Summary

Ralph goes to Johannesburg to check the shipment of bolt action rifles and assures Colonel Frank Rhodes he can deliver the same amount weekly for the next five weeks. They discuss details of the attack and Ralph commits them to paper. Ralph goes to a stockbroker and asks him to sell two hundred thousand shares of two companies short - Consolidated Goldfields and the British South Africa Company. David Silver pales at the size of the transaction, knowing the risks but Ralph's only condition is that no one be able to trace the transaction back to him. Then Ralph rides to the Boer homestead of Paul Kruger, and tells him about the plans being made against them. Zouga is with Dr Jameson in Pitsani at the edge of the Kalahari Desert, waiting for word to...

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