The Last journals of David Livingstone, Volume 2

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J. Murray, 1874
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Page 357 - OF DAVID LIVINGSTONE, IN EASTERN AFRICA, FROM 1865 TO HIS DEATH. Continued by a Narrative of his last moments and sufferings, by his faithful servants Chuma and Susi. BY REV. HORACE WALLER, FRGS,
Page 367 - LIFE AND DEATH OF JOHN OF BARNEVELD, ADVOCATE OF HOLLAND. INCLUDING THE HISTORY OF THE PRIMARY CAUSES AND MOVEMENTS OF "THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR." BY JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY, DCL, Author of tho
Page 182 - March.—Birthday. My Jesus, my king, my life, my all; I again dedicate my whole self to Thee. Accept me, and grant, O Gracious Father, that ere this year is gone I may finish my task. In Jesus' name I ask it. Amen, so let it be.
Page 63 - he supposed that his brethren would have understood how that God by His hand would deliver them, but they understood not.
Page 84 - given too; here three are demanded. " He that is higher than the highest regardeth, and there be higher than they. Marvel not at the matter.
Page 314 - Chowpere, Matthew, and Muanyase"re, and the six men went immediately to the hut. Passing inside they looked towards the bed. Dr. Livingstone was not lying on it, but appeared to be engaged in prayer, and they instinctively drew backwards for the instant. Pointing to him,

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