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Africa allowed animals appear attack Bakwains banks Barotse Bechuanas become believe body Boers brought called canoes Cape carried cattle cause chief color comes contained continued covered deep direction effect English falls feeling feet felt fire flow follow give given grass guides hands head heard hundred idea inches killed kind known lake land leave lion living look Makololo means miles missionary named natives nearly never night observed once oxen party passed plains plant poison possession present probably rain reached received remain remarkable river round Sebituane seems seen Sekeletu sent side skin soon stand stream supply thing thought town trees tribes usual valley village wagon whole wished women yards young
414 ページ - ... from the size of a pin's head to that of a pea ; scattered through a large body of sand or clay ; and in this state it is called by the Mandingoes sanoo munko,
15 ページ - Mebalwe, who was trying to shoot him at a distance of ten or fifteen yards. His gun, a flint one, missed fire in both barrels ; the lion immediately left me, and, attacking Mebalwe, bit his thigh. Another man, whose life I had saved before, after he had been tossed by a buffalo, attempted to spear the lion while he was biting Mebalwe. He left Mebalwe and caught this man by the shoulder, but at that moment the bullets he had received took effect, and he fell down dead.
558 ページ - The falls are bounded on thrce sides by ridges 300 or 400 feet in height, which are covered with forest, with the red soil appearing among the trees. When about half a mile from the falls, I left the canoe by which we had come down thus far, and embarked in a lighter one, with men well acquainted with the rapids, who, by passing down the centre of the stream in the eddies and still places caused by many jutting rocks, brought me to an island situated in the middle of the river, and on the edge of...
559 ページ - But though we had reached the island, and were within a few yards of the spot a view from which would solve the whole problem, I believe that no one could perceive where the vast body of water went; it seemed to lose itself in the earth, the opposite lip of the fissure into which it disappeared being only 80 feet distant.
626 ページ - All authority hath been given unto me in heaven and on earth. Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations...
12 ページ - I took a good aim at his body through the bush, and fired both barrels into it. The men then called out,
559 ページ - I did not comprehend it until, crceping with awe to the 'verge, I peered down into a large rent which had been made from bank to bank of the broad Zambesi, and saw that a stream of a thousand yards broad leaped down a hundred feet, and then became suddenly compressed into a space of fifteen or twenty yards.
19 ページ - when a chief was fond of hunting, all his people got dogs, and became fond of hunting too. If he was fond of dancing or music, all showed a liking to these amusements too. If the chief loved beer, they all rejoiced in strong drink. But in this case it is different. I love the Word of God, and not one of my brethren will join me.
558 ページ - European eyes; but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight. The only want felt is that of mountains in the background. The falls are bounded on three sides by ridges 300 or 400 feet in height, which are covered with forest, with the red soil appearing among the trees. When about half a mile from the falls, I left the canoe by which we had come down thus far, and embarked in a lighter one, with men well acquainted with the rapids, who, by...