Stanley in Africa: the paladin of the nineteenth century; a succinct and correct history of the travels and explorations of Henry M. Stanley, his perilous march to find Livingstone, his explorations on the Congo, his wonderful work in the Congo state, together with a concise and fascinating account of Negro savage tribes, and a complete history of his latest and most interesting expedition, the relief of Emin Bey
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