Statistics for occurrence #1 of “East Africa” in part 2.13, chapter 2.23 of Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley: man, at whose speaking face I gazed with the eyes of an African. Mr. Gladstone, said I, intending to be brief and to the point, as he was an old man, this is Mombasa, the chief port of British East Africa . It is an old city. It is mentioned in the Lusiads, and, no doubt, has been visited by the Phoenicians. It is most remarkable for its twin harbours, in which the whole British Navy might lie sa...
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