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Africa allowed animals appear attack Bakwains banks Barotse Bechuanas become believe birds body Boers brought called canoes Cape carried cattle cause chief color comes contained continued covered deep direction effect English falls feeling feet felt fire flow followed give given grass guides hands head heard hundred idea inches killed kind known lake land leave lion living look Makololo means miles missionary named natives nearly never night observed once oxen party passed plains plant possession present probably rain reached received remain remarkable river round Sebituane Sechele seems seen Sekeletu side skin soon stand stream supply thing thought town trees tribes usual valley village wagon whole wished women yards young
Стр. 1 - Merrily, merrily goes the bark On a breeze from the northward free, So shoots through the morning sky the lark, Or the swan through the summer sea. The shores of Mull on the eastward lay, And Ulva dark and Colonsay, And all the group of islets gay That guard famed Staffa round.
Стр. 94 - Its peculiar buzz, when once heard, can never be forgotten by the traveller whose means of locomotion are domestic animals ; for it is well known that the bite of this poisonous insect is certain death to the ox, horse, and dog. In this journey, though we were not aware of any great number having at any time lighted on our cattle, we lost fortythree fine oxen by its bite. We watched the animals carefully, and believe that not a score of flies were ever upon them. A most remarkable feature in the...
Стр. 19 - Sechele invariably offered me something to eat on every occasion of my visiting him. Seeing me anxious that his people should believe the words of Christ, he once said, " Do you imagine these people will ever believe by your merely talking to them ? I can make them do nothing except by thrashing them; and if you like, I shall call my head men, and with our litupa (whips of rhinoceros hide) we will soon make them all believe together.
Стр. 19 - when a chief was fond of hunting, all his people got dogs and became fond of hunting too. If he was fond of dancing or music, all showed a liking to these amusements too. If the chief loved beer, they all rejoiced in strong drink. But in this case it is different. I love the Word of God, and not one of my brethren will join me.
Стр. 6 - This exactly agreed with my ideas of what a missionary society ought to do ; but it was not without a pang that I offered myself, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become in a measure dependent on others ; and I would not have been much put about though my offer had been rejected.
Стр. 6 - Looking back now on that life of toil, I cannot but feel thankful that it formed such a material part of my early education; and, were it possible, I should like to begin life over again in the same lowly style, and to pass through the same hardy training.
Стр. 27 - I use my medicines, and you employ yours; we are both doctors, and doctors are not deceivers. You give a patient medicine. Sometimes God is pleased to heal him by means of your medicine; sometimes not - he dies. When he is cured, you take the credit of what God does. I do the same. Sometimes God grants us rain, sometimes not. When he does, we take the credit of the charm. When a patient dies, you don't give up trust in your medicine, neither do I when rain fails.