A Popular Account Of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition To The Zambesi By David Livingston
































































 -  Proctor and
Scudamore, with a number of Manganja carriers, left Magomero for the
same purpose.  They were to go close - Page 350
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Proctor And Scudamore, With A Number Of Manganja Carriers, Left Magomero For The Same Purpose.

They were to go close to Mount Choro, and then skirt the Elephant Marsh, with Mount Clarendon on their left.

Their guides seem to have led them away to the east, instead of south; to the upper waters of the Ruo in the Shirwa valley, instead of to its mouth. Entering an Anguru slave-trading village, they soon began to suspect that the people meant mischief, and just before sunset a woman told some of their men that if they slept there they would all be killed. On their preparing to leave, the Anguru followed them and shot their arrows at the retreating party. Two of the carriers were captured, and all the goods were taken by these robbers. An arrow- head struck deep into the stock of Proctor's gun; and the two missionaries, barely escaping with their lives, swam a deep river at night, and returned to Magomero famished and exhausted.

The wives of the captive carriers came to the Bishop day after day weeping and imploring him to rescue their husbands from slavery. The men had been caught while in his service, no one else could be entreated; there was no public law nor any power superior to his own, to which an appeal could be made; for in him Church and State were, in the disorganized state of the country, virtually united. It seemed to him to be clearly his duty to try and rescue these kidnapped members of the Mission family.

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