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Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, chapter 2.27 (search)
Kruger! He is quite past reasoning with. Neither Mr. Chamberlain, nor Sir Alfred Milner, nor Mr. Greene, will ever succeed with him; and I don't know any three men who so deserve to succeed as they.h content every time they look up at those defiant forts above their city. I went to see Conyngham Greene, the English Political Resident here. He has a very nice house, situated in charming surro; but, though this may be satisfactory to his chief, the High Commissioner, Sir Alfred Milner, Mr. Greene's opinions appear to be far from being decided one way or the other. My impression is, that h between the two races was hopeless. It may be supposed that he was only re-echoing what Mr. Conyngham Greene had written in his reports. Mr. Chamberlain has spoken in the same spirit, in the Housuickly and resolutely prepare for a storm. Despite all the wish that Chamberlain, Milner, and Greene may be right, the good — will I feel to all three of them, and the belief in their abilities, an
Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, Index (search)
Generalship, American, fault of, 178. Germany, in East Africa, 422. Ghost stories, 8, 9. Gladstone, W. E., Stanley's interview with, 419-421; as a speaker, 479, 480. Goff, Mr., 65. Gordon, General, Stanley's view of character of, 338, 526; massacre of, 353; Stanley on death of, 396, 397, 537, 538. Goree, Dr. and Dan, 160, 162, 165, 169, 170, 180. Grant, Colonel J. A., death of, 437, 438. Grant, U. S., on the battle of Shiloh, 203; Stanley's opinion of, 445. Greene, Conyngham, 494. Grey, Sir, George, letter of, on the Emin Relief Expedition, 378, 379; events of his life, 379; entertains Stanley at Auckland, 435; Stanley's opinion of, 436; letter of, to Stanley, 436, 437; letter of, to Mrs. Stanley on Stanley's defeat in the Parliament election, 442, 443; on place of Stanley's burial, 515, 516. Gully, William Court, 469-472. Haldane, Mr., 474. Hancock, General, expedition of, against the Kiowas and Comanches, 225-227. Happiness, thoughts on, 237,