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The Discoveries Of Dr. Livingstone

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Herald letters from Ktanley. inng w Iii3tory of meeting with Dr. Livingston and the bitters account nf his expeditie say the Chambcsi is the hoadwfttenofw Nile. Tii.' stories the Doctor teil of tl two countries throuh whicb the gra river runs ruad like a fnble. He tells f ivory being s. cheap and plentifalM to be useel for door posta ; of skillful nu factores; of fine rass cloth, rivaling" of Indii ; of a poople nearly whit wd 'J' tremoly handsome, whoin he supposed te bo descondants of the ancient Kgyptiaw; of cojiper raines at Catango, whirii han been worked for ;tsrs' aI''i ooib SD friéhdly people. Dr. LivingstoD ■ Stanley explored tlm bead of Lke "+ ganytka, and returned to üjiji, wer9 they spent Christuias, 1871. Stanley" he found Liviugstone in i very ■! v coniütion, robbed and deserted by W men. He looks to be about iifty, sni quite híilcí and liearty. In Mawh, he began to orgünizoan expeditinn toexplore a few doubtful poiuts, whicb, thinks, will take about eightsen wontM, whün he will return to Englaud. Senator Suinner's iwt Letter 8t. Louis, July 17.- It upicn f the letter from Chus. Suinnor to K .evos, of this city, telogniphedfroinW ást Saturday night and poblished Tfifs Snnday, wus garbled by les" out the two olosing sentencos and P" ,f the date. Tlie full letter is as folw8' WASUIXGTON, B. C, June 27, UW Po L. A. Rovos: .. Deak Sn -I think tlint on reflesw -on will not tlrink it advisable for "" irrite a public letter on the tter,": vhioh you oall attention! Mr. w nd mysolf havo been follow lalxrers i many things. We were '"'"'! in sftS ■ear. I honor him very inuch. 'iije liza mui another person, who shí' y aiuoless, I Am for him eainostly. isI , e h re for ten days longer. ïhe M j can party must be saved, and 'D ivn do aball de done for it. Very truly yours, .pn CHAS. SUMH


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