CECIL JOHN RHODES.
THE books to which I am most indebted for the material used in this little Life of Rhodes are Sir Lewis Michell's
Biography, which is full of valuable information; Mr. Philip Jourdan's book of personal memories,
which in its simplicity and sincerity has a fair title to be called a masterpiece; the Speeches of Rhodes,
by "Vindex"—a "mine" as biographers say; and the late Sir Thomas Fuller's admirable monograph. Besides
these there are others which I name elsewhere.
Royal Colonial Institute,