The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile And Explorations of the Nile Sources by Sir Samuel W. Baker









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TREACHEROUS DESIGNS OF THE NATIVES.

Confined in the Country - Determine to proceed - Deserted by the Natives
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TREACHEROUS DESIGNS OF THE NATIVES.

Confined in the Country - Determine to proceed - Deserted by the Natives - Discovery of a "Tullaboon" Granary - Misery at Shooa

Moru - Hard Fare - Preparation for Death - Kamrasi's Tactics - The Bait takes - We are carried to the King's Camp - Rejoin the Turks' Detachment - Their Welcome - Kamrasi seeks my Alliance - Deception of Kamrasi - M'Gambi has impersonated the King - The real Kamrasi - Prefer seeing Meat to a King - The begging Envoy - Carried to the Camp of Kamrasi - Introduction to the real King - Description of Kamrasi - The Native Court

CHAPTER XIV.

AT HOME IN KISOONA.

System of Fattening - Native Preparations of Food - Native Manufactures - Knavery of Native Butter-dealers - Vapour Bath for Fever - State Visit from the King - Mendicancy again - The King in love with a Tooth-comb - Effect of concave Mirror - Attempts at Ancient History - Kamrasi's Request - Kamrasi affronted - Sudden Invasion of the Country - Alarm and Cowardice of Kamrasi - The British Flag protects Unyoro - Diplomatic Arrangement - Conference with Debono's Party - Settle authoritatively all Objections - Retreat of the Invaders.

CHAPTER XV.

KAMRASI BEGS FOR THE BRITISH FLAG.

The pertinacious Beggar - Summary Justice for High Treason - Arrival of Ivory for the Turks - Frightful Barbarities upon Captives - The Female Captives - Treacherous Murder of Sali - Disputes with Kamrasi - Advice to Kamrasi - The Turks begin to bully - Eddrees refused Admittance at Court - Communicate with Ibrahim - Drunkenness among the Unyoros - Native Sorcerers - Implicit Belief in Sorcerers - Invasion of the M'Was - Consulted by the King in the Extremity - Kamrasi will not Fight - An invigorating little Difficulty - Mock Valour by Unyoros - Kamrasi's Retreat - We are Deserted - Prepare for Retreat - Leave Kisoona - Arrive at Deang - No Water - Deserted again by the Porters - Richarn missing - Richarn reported as killed - The M'Was' Drums beat - March to Foweera - The Night Retreat - Lose the Road - At a Loss for direct Route - Capture a Native - Recover the Route - Exhaustion of Mrs. Baker - Arrive at Foweera - Well prepared - Refuse to assist Kamrasi - Richarn's Return - Richarn's Story - The King in Distress - Arrival of Ibrahim with Reinforcements - Receive Letters and Papers from Home - Kamrasi "is himself again" - Invasion of the Langgo Country - The Whisky Distillery - Kamrasi tries the Whisky - Butcheries by Kamrasi - Kamrasi orders the Murder of Kalloe - Attempt to save Kalloe - Pursuit and Capture of Kalloe - I intercede on his behalf - Death of a Headman - Shot by order of Kamrasi - The Warning - The Bodyguard

CHAPTER XVI.

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