Stanley in Africa: The Paladin of the Nineteenth Century. A Succinct and Correct History of the Travels and Explorations of Henry M. Stanley, Etc. and a Complete History of His Latest and Most Interesting Expedition, the Relief of Emin Bey
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T ABLE OF CONTENTS
In Abyssinia A Telegram from Bennett The Interview
Horse Superstition News from Livingstone A Robber
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Africa Arab arrived asked Bagamoyo Bakongo banana bank boat Bolobo Bonny brother brought Bula Matari camp cannibals canoes caravan cataract chief civilized cloth coast Congo death district Emin Emin’s expedition explorer fear feet fetish ﬁeld ﬁfteen ﬁght ﬁghting ﬁlled ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂag ﬂoating ﬂowed followed forest four guns heard hundred and ﬁfty inﬂuence Isangila island ivory Jameson journey killed king Kintamo Kintu lake Lake Tanganyika land leave Leopoldville Livingstone Livingstone Falls Major Barttelot Makoko Manyanga Manyema master miles Mirambo Mtesa natives negro Ngalyema Ngete night Nile Nyangwe ofﬁcers party Pasha passed reached region riﬂes river savages seen sent shore sick slaves soon Stan Stanley Falls Stanley Pool Stanley’s station steamers stream things tion Tippu-Tib told trade traveler tribes Uganda Ujiji Uledi Unyanyembe village Vivi Wadelai women Yambuya yards Zanzibar