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tirtis bedacirri-tic laus aki il sitoki (!the irrenuli ile. , I : ut the who's af 2000," pojaz inne lis ant jū1:6,"...., . hii: 1 l' alco o kasi wala hlas i. ! i porod,"? in te
at opsire. Tri gow best t il Hoeve, two this inni nin i .it ferit nie in ruie beatitinkit : , ; . "... gi. harp acai ir sollte dien. . i til en i visit to His : D I, "in so 'lum, a rictive of h l' alumn ?;!; javorne l' nam lappertue Acth: bensalu i Ve Fre, were he }; liel: lust, ly litli, a coul.gration, ainst the role of his pretty, insluding right femalt ".On 13'19 were burnt toki who fattered in a hut. Is cortlamatii diny Colon aller Ne zrola .! . .. i thay stüm:1, a travel tillst be av . Heildi." " fidin. his perty to be woul. I do well, aroid the din eli
cole northerly wind, wi' i : 011ing, inade us 10.1 very : en and clevated anicama
at was rather
the dendal (or principal street) being as yet fit for habitation, while the rest of the place wore a very cheerless aspect.
Returning, therefore, a few hundred yards in the direction from whence I had come, I chose my campingground on an eminence at the side of the path shaded by a majestic tamarind tree, and affording an open prospect over the characteristic landscape in the bottom of the irregular vale. Here I spent the whole afternoon enjoying this pleasant panorama, of which 1 made a sketch which has been represented in the plate opposite. I had now been suffering for the last two months from sore legs, which did not allow me to rove about at pleasure; otherwise I would gladly have accompanied my companion 'AH el A'geren on a visit to his friend Basha Bu-Khalum, a relative of that Bu-Khalum who accompanied Denham and Clapperton. At this time he was residing in New Bune, where he had lately lost, by another conflagration, almost the whole of his property, including eight female slaves, who were burnt to death while fettered in a hut. As conflagrations are very common all over Negroland, especially in the dry season, a traveller must be extremely careful in confiding his property to these frail dwellings, and he would do well to avoid them entirely.
A cold northerly wind, which blew in the Wednesday, morning, made us feel very chilly in our Dccembcr 15thopen and elevated encampment, so that it was rather