Missionary Travels And Researches In South Africa By David Livingstone



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Chapter 10.
  The Fever  -  Its Symptoms  -  Remedies of the native Doctors  - 
  Hospitality of Sekeletu and his People  -  One of their - Page 9
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Chapter 10. The Fever - Its Symptoms - Remedies Of The Native Doctors - Hospitality Of Sekeletu And His People - One Of Their

Reasons for Polygamy - They cultivate largely - The Makalaka or subject Tribes - Sebituane's Policy respecting them - Their Affection for him - Products

Of the Soil - Instrument of Culture - The Tribute - Distributed by the Chief - A warlike Demonstration - Lechulatebe's Provocations - The Makololo determine to punish him - The Bechuanas - Meaning of the Term - Three Divisions of the great Family of South Africans.

Chapter 11. Departure from Linyanti for Sesheke - Level Country - Ant-hills - Wild Date-trees - Appearance of our Attendants on the March - The Chief's Guard - They attempt to ride on Ox-back - Vast Herds of the new Antelopes, Leches, and Nakongs - The native way of hunting them - Reception at the Villages - Presents of Beer and Milk - Eating with the Hand - The Chief provides the Oxen for Slaughter - Social Mode of Eating - The Sugar-cane - Sekeletu's novel Test of Character - Cleanliness of Makololo Huts - Their Construction and Appearance - The Beds - Cross the Leeambye - Aspect of this part of the Country - The small Antelope Tianyane unknown in the South - Hunting on foot - An Eland.

Chapter 12. Procure Canoes and ascend the Leeambye - Beautiful Islands - Winter Landscape - Industry and Skill of the Banyeti - Rapids - Falls of Gonye - Tradition - Annual Inundations - Fertility of the great Barotse Valley - Execution of two Conspirators - The Slave-dealer's Stockade - Naliele, the Capital, built on an artificial Mound - Santuru, a great Hunter - The Barotse Method of commemorating any remarkable Event - Better Treatment of Women - More religious Feeling - Belief in a future State, and in the Existence of spiritual Beings - Gardens - Fish, Fruit, and Game - Proceed to the Limits of the Barotse Country - Sekeletu provides Rowers and a Herald - The River and Vicinity - Hippopotamus-hunters - No healthy Location - Determine to go to Loanda - Buffaloes, Elands, and Lions above Libonta - Interview with the Mambari - Two Arabs from Zanzibar - Their Opinion of the Portuguese and the English - Reach the Town of Ma-Sekeletu - Joy of the People at the first Visit of their Chief - Return to Sesheke - Heathenism.

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