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" I had now with my own eyes clearly established the direction and nature of this mighty river; and to an unprejudiced mind there could no longer be any doubt that this river joins the majestic watercourse explored by the gentlemen just mentioned. Hence... "
Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa: Being a Journal of an ... - Page 164
by Heinrich Barth - 1896
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 43

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1858
...great western river, the Kwara, or Niger, and, conjointly with it, ran towards the great ocean. ... I had now with my own eyes clearly established the...this river joins the majestic watercourse explored by Messrs. Allen, Laird, and Oldfield. Hence I cherish the well-founded conviction that, along this natural...
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Sketches of the African kingdoms and peoples

African kingdoms - 1860 - 378 pages
...its lower course by Messrs. W. Allen, Laird, and Oldfield, I had long made up my mind on this point I had now with my own eyes clearly established the...could no longer be any doubt that this river joins tho majestic watercourse explored by the gentlemen just mentioned. Hence I cherish the well-founded...
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Africa: Geographical Exploration and Christian Enterprise

Alexander Gruar Forbes - Africa - 1874 - 430 pages
...joined the great western river, the Kwara, or Niger, and conjointly with it ran towards the great ocean I had now with my own eyes clearly established the direction and nature of this mighty river, and there could no longer be any doubt that this river joins the majestic watercourse explored by Messrs....
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Africa: The History of Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading ...

Charles H. Jones - Africa - 1875 - 496 pages
...joined the great western river, the Kwra, or Niger, and conjointly with it ran towards the great ocean I had now with my own eyes clearly established the direction and nature of this mighty river, and there could no longer be any doubt that this river joins the majestic watercourse explored by Messre....
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