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ADVENTURES Africa animals appeared Arabs arrived asked Bagamoyo bananas beads boat Boma BOY TRAVELLERS camp canoes caravan cassava cataract Chaillu chief Chumbiri Cloth coast Congo Dark Continent distance Doctor Bronson drums Edward Pocock Emin Pasha expedition exploration feet fifty five followed forest four Frank Fred friends goats gorilla grass guns half head hour hundred yards huts inches Isangila island ivory journey Kachéché Kagehyi king Lady Alice Lake Tanganika Lake Victoria lion Livingstone Lualaba Manwa Manwa Sera Manyema Masai Land miles Mirambo Mombasa morning mountain Mpwapwa Mtesa Muini Mwana natives Nile Nyangwé Nyanza Pocock reached replied ridge right bank river road round Rumanika Safeni savage scene shore slaves soon spears Speke Stanley Falls Stanley Pool Stanley's stream thousand Tippu-Tib tribes Uganda Ujiji Uledi Unyamwezi Unyoro Uregga village Waganda Wangwana Wanyamwezi Wavuma wild woods young youths Zanzibar
Page 134 - Then turn'd to Thracia from the field of fight Those eyes that shed insufferable light, To where the Mysians prove their martial force, And hardy Thracians tame the savage horse ; And where the far-famed Hippomolgian strays, Renown'd for justice and for length of days ; ' Thrice happy race ! that, innocent of blood, From milk, innoxious, seek their simple food...
Page 82 - Mtesa has impressed me as being an intelligent and distinguished prince, who, if aided in time by virtuous philanthropists, will do more for Central Africa than fifty years of Gospel teaching, unaided by such authority, can do. I think I see in him the light that shall lighten the darkness of this benighted region ; a prince well worthy the most hearty sympathies that Europe can give him. In this man I see the possible fruition of Livingstone's hopes, for with his aid the civilization of Equatorial...