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
































































 -   They preferred
to remain on the Shire, and, as they were free men, we could do no
more than try - Page 505
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They Preferred To Remain On The Shire, And, As They Were Free Men, We Could Do No More Than Try And Persuade Them To Hasten Back To Their Chief With Iodine And Other Remedies.

They took the parcel, but there being only two real Makololo among them, these could neither return themselves alone or force their attendants to leave a part of the country where they were independent, and could support themselves with ease.

Sekeletu, however, lived long enough to receive and acknowledge goods to the value of 50 pounds, sent, in lieu of those which remained in Tette, by Robert Moffat, jun., since dead.

{5} A brother, we believe, of one who accompanied Burke and Willis in the famous but unfortunate Australian Expedition.

{6} Genesis, chap. iii., verses 21 and 23, "make coats of skins, and clothed them" - "sent him forth from the garden of Eden to till the ground" imply teaching. Vide Archbishop Whately's "History of Religious Worship." John W. Parker, West Strand, London, 1849.

{7} "In 1854 the native church at Sierra-Leone undertook to pay for their primary schools, and thereby effected a saving to the Church Missionary Society of 800 pounds per annum. In 1861 the contributions of this one section of native Christians had amounted to upwards of 10,000 pounds." - "Manual of Church Missionary Society's African Missions."

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