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The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death

Volume II: 1866-1868, Continued By A Narrative Of His Last Moments And Sufferings, Obtained From His Faithful Servants Chuma And Susi

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Published: 1874
Language: English
Wordcount: 115,374 / 332 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.2
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 1,163
Added to site: 2005.11.08
mnybks.net#: 11719
Genre: Biography
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dreadfully fatiguing in my weakness.

I had a severe relapse after a very hot day. Mohamad gave me medicines; one was a sharp purgative, the others intended for the cure of the cough.

_14th February, 1869._--Arrived at Tanganyika. Parra is the name of the land at the confluence of the River Lofuko: Syde bin Habib had two or three large canoes at this place, our beads were nearly done, so I sent to Syde to say that all the Arabs had served me except himself. Thani bin Suellim by his letter was anxious to send a canoe as soon as I reached the Lake, and the only service I wanted of Syde was to inform Thani, by one of his canoes, that I was here very ill, and if I did not get to Ujiji to get proper food and medicine I should die. Thani would send a canoe as soon as he knew of my arrival I was sure: he replied that he too would serve me: and sent some flour and two fowls: he would come in two days and see what he could do as to canoes.

_15th February, 1869._--The cough and chest pain diminished, and I fee

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