Missionary Travels And Researches In South Africa By David Livingstone



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  Liberality of the Commandant  -  Geographical Information
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- Liberality Of The Commandant - Geographical Information From Senhor Candido - Earthquakes - Native Ideas Of A Supreme Being - Also Of The Immortality

And Transmigration of Souls - Fondness for Display at Funerals - Trade Restrictions - Former Jesuit Establishment - State of Religion and Education at

Tete - Inundation of the Zambesi - Cotton cultivated - The fibrous Plants Conge and Buaze - Detained by Fever - The Kumbanzo Bark - Native Medicines - Iron, its Quality - Hear of Famine at Kilimane - Death of a Portuguese Lady - The Funeral - Disinterested Kindness of the Portuguese.

Chapter 32. Leave Tete and proceed down the River - Pass the Stockade of Bonga - Gorge of Lupata - "Spine of the World" - Width of River - Islands - War Drum at Shiramba - Canoe Navigation - Reach Senna - Its ruinous State - Landeens levy Fines upon the Inhabitants - Cowardice of native Militia - State of the Revenue - No direct Trade with Portugal - Attempts to revive the Trade of Eastern Africa - Country round Senna - Gorongozo, a Jesuit Station - Manica, the best Gold Region in Eastern Africa - Boat-building at Senna - Our Departure - Capture of a Rebel Stockade - Plants Alfacinya and Njefu at the Confluence of the Shire - Landeen Opinion of the Whites - Mazaro, the point reached by Captain Parker - His Opinion respecting the Navigation of the River from this to the Ocean - Lieutenant Hoskins' Remarks on the same subject - Fever, its Effects - Kindly received into the House of Colonel Nunes at Kilimane - Forethought of Captain Nolloth and Dr. Walsh - Joy imbittered - Deep Obligations to the Earl of Clarendon, etc. - On developing Resources of the Interior - Desirableness of Missionary Societies selecting healthy Stations - Arrangements on leaving my Men - Retrospect - Probable Influence of the Discoveries on Slavery - Supply of Cotton, Sugar, etc., by Free Labor - Commercial Stations - Development of the Resources of Africa a Work of Time - Site of Kilimane - Unhealthiness - Death of a shipwrecked Crew from Fever - The Captain saved by Quinine - Arrival of H. M. Brig "Frolic" - Anxiety of one of my Men to go to England - Rough Passage in the Boats to the Ship - Sekwebu's Alarm - Sail for Mauritius - Sekwebu on board; he becomes insane; drowns himself - Kindness of Major-General C. M. Hay - Escape Shipwreck - Reach Home.

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