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" ... M'Keal appears to be slightly delirious). We kept ascending the mountains to the south of Toniba till three o'clock, at which time, having gained the summit of the ridge which separates the Niger from the remote branches of the Senegal, I went on... "
The African Slave Trade: Part II. The Remedy - Page 63
de Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton - 1840 - 259 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 13

1815 - 568 pages
...the remote branches of the Senegal, I went on a little before; and coming to the brow of the hill, I once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain.' Pleasant as the sight of this river doubtless was, 'as promising an end to, or at least an alleviation...
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The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa: In the Year 1805

Mungo Park - 1815 - 336 pages
...the remote branches of the Senegal, I went on .a little before; and coming to the brow of the hill, I once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain! After the fatiguing march which we had experienced, the sight of this river was no doubt pleasant,...
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The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805

Mungo Park, Isaaco (an African, Mungo Park's guide.) - 1815 - 406 pages
...the remote branches of the Senegal, I went on a little before ; and coming to the brow of the hill, I once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain ! After the fatiguing march which we had experienced, tlie sight of this river was no doubt pleasant,...
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Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa: Performed Under the ..., Volume 2

Mungo Park - 1815 - 404 pages
...the remote branches of the Senega], I went on a little before ; and coming to the brow of the hill, I once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain ! After the fatiguing march which we had experienced^ the sight of this river was no doubt pleasant,...
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The Life of Mungo Park

H. B. - 1835 - 334 pages
...gained the summit, " I went on a little before," says Park ; " and coming to the brow of the hill, / once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain ! " At half-past six o'clock, the same evening, they reached Bambakoo, where the river becomes navigable,...
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Letter on the slave trade, to the ... members of her majesty's cabinet council

sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1st bart.) - 1838 - 244 pages
...the Senegal, I went on a little before, and coming to the brow of the hill, I once more saw the Niyer rolling its immense stream along the plain." And he...he says, " the best wood for boat-building is near Kaukarec, on a large navigable branch of the Niger." Park descended the river to Boossa, where most...
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The African Slave Trade and Its Remedy, Page 1

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton - 1840 - 624 pages
...countries in their vicinity. Mungo Park, in his last journey (1 805) , embarked on the Niger at Bammakoo, about 500 miles from its source. In his narrative...over." When preparing for his subsequent embarkation oil the Niger, he says, " the best wood for boat-building is near Kaukary, on a large navigable branch...
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The Remedy

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton - 1840 - 166 pages
...separates the Niger from the remote branches of the Senegal, I went on a little before, and coining to the brow of the hill, 1 once more saw the Niger...rolling its immense stream along the plain." And he tellsjis, it is larger " even here, than either the Senegal or the Gambia, and full an English mile...
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Lights and Shadows of African History, Volume 2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1844 - 352 pages
...separates the Niger from the head 'waters of the Senegal ; and Park, ascending the brow of a hill, once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain. Althbugh elated at the sight, it was impossible for him not to be struck with the contrast between...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1847 - 850 pages
...On that day, after leaving a place called Toniba, " coming," says Park, " to the brow ot a hill, I once more saw the Niger rolling its immense stream along the plain!" This was a pleasant sight for Park's companions. Several more of them, however, died before Sego, the...
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