nt, Mr. Mackay, the Missionary, the Antislavery Society, and Sir John Kirk, imploring assistance before he should be overwhelmed.
Through the influence of Sir William Mackinnon, a relief-fund was collected in this country, Egypt promised an equal sum, and the Emin Relief Expedition was the consequence.
When men hear a person cryile will, scientific attainments — and his name was Emin.
The picture became impressed on our imaginations.
The MacKINNONinnon clan, as we fondly termed Sir William Mackinnon and his personal friends, were among the foremost to come forward.
They offered to give ten thousand pounds if the Egyptian Government would advance a simthes, and other very necessary articles, besides a judicious supply of good wine, which cheered us greatly.
A little later, we met a large caravan sent by Sir William Mackinnon, freighted with provisions and clothes for our people.
On the morning of the 4th December, 1889, Emin Pasha, Captain Casati, and myself were escorted by
280; death of, 280; feelings of Stanley at news of his death, 295, 296; letters of, to Sir George Grey, 435.
Llys, the, 40.
Loafers, thoughts on, 530.
Long Hart, 72.
Low, Sidney, his article on Stanley's African explorations, 392-404; poem of, on Stanley, 539.
Lowell, J. R., Letters of, 458, 459, 461.
Lualaba, the, 318-330. See Congo.
Lyall, Sir, Alfred, Stanley presides at lecture of, 501.
Lyons, Colonel, 168.
Machiavelli, 463, 464.
Mackay, A. M., 406.
Mackinnon, Sir, William, patronises the Emin Relief Expedition, 354; and the East African Company, 446-449; death and funeral of, 446, 449; remarks on, 459, 460.
Malone, Tom, 169, 180.
Mason, Penny, 165, 169.
Marks, Mr., 489, 494.
Matabele War, 454, 455.
McKenna, Mr., 478.
Melchet Court, 423, 428.
Milligan, Colonel James A., 205.
Milner, Sir, Alfred, on South Africa, 495.
Milton, John, 526.
Mind and soul, thoughts on, 521, 522.
Mirambo, 257, 258.