Cape Province

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  • noun

Synonyms for Cape Province

a former province of southern South Africa that was settled by the Dutch in 1652 and ceded to Great Britain in 1814

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Who told you that she would make the round of Africa and double the Cape of Good Hope, sir?
We may look to the wide extent of the Americas, Polynesia, the Cape of Good Hope, and Australia, and we find the same result.
This comprehensive study for general readers and history buffs functions as the sequel to the author's Early Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope.
UPBEAT J Cheering England fans at the Cape of Good Hope yesterday
The route via the Cape of Good Hope was used for the two previous shipments and is most likely this time, according to the sources.
Last summer, Cape Of Good Hope ran twice at Royal Ascot at York, finishing fourth in the King's Stand Stakes and then winning the Golden Jubilee Stakes.
Cape Of Good Hope, who won last year's Golden Jubilee Stakes, is the 7-1 joint favourite to repeat the feat.
On This Day: 1687: The first Huguenots set sail from France for the Cape of Good Hope.
Looking at a map, one wouldn't think that a ship sailing southwest from India to round the Cape of Good Hope would encounter any great navigational hazards.
He swooped to win on Cape Of Good Hope for Hong Kong in the Golden Jubilee Stakes.
Kinane was due to partner Somnus in the Golden Jubilee Stakes but when the horse was one of five pulled out because flaming June weather had finally reached York, the 45-year-old used his contacts with Hong Kong-based trainer David Oughton to get back on Cape Of Good Hope.
HONG KONG raider Cape Of Good Hope left the home sprinters reeling in Royal Ascot's big race of the day.
Saito, a resident of Tokyo's Taito Ward, sailed eastward via Cape Horn in Chile, the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa and Tasmania in Australia.
She was the very first victim of the Dutch when they planted their colony at the Cape of Good Hope in the mid-1600s.
Yachtswoman MacArthur, 28, from Derbyshire, beat Frenchman Francis Joyon's record from the English Channel to the Cape of Good Hope in Africa by 10 hours 45 minutes.