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Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 1.4, chapter 1.5 (search)
the military companions with whom I have campaigned, among the blacks and the whites of my African expeditions, in the House of Commons, and in Congress, the leaven of one in six seemed to be required to keep things rightly going. When Bishop Vowler Short--who had once been tutor to Cardinal Newman — appeared on his annual visit to the school, he was heard to express high approval of the attainments of some of the boys in the first class, and, after honouring them with valuable souvenirs, g was detected stealing stamps from the master's letters, which offence was brought to the notice of the Guardians, and was punished by a public birching, as much, we believed, to the satisfaction of Francis as to the anguish of poor Barney. Bishop Short having presented to us some skeleton drawings and views of cathedrals, I took to copying them, and in a few months had acquired such excellence that my reputation spread wide in our circle. Francis affected to believe that I was destined for
Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, Index (search)
uwenzori Mountains. See Moon, Mountains of the. St. Asaph Union Workhouse, 10-34. St. Louis, 115, 116. Salisbury, Lord, accuses Stanley of having interests in Africa, 408; as an orator, 445, 446, 465. Sandford, General, 338. Saragossa, fighting at, 241-243. Saunderson, Colonel, 489. Scheabeddin, quoted, 371. Schnitzer, Edouard. See Emin Pasha. Seton-Karr, Mr., 474. Sherman, General W. T., 226, 227, 426. Shiloh, 186-204. Shipman, Mr., 205, 206, 212, 213. Short, Bishop, Vowler, 17, 30. Slate, James M., 169, 180, 204. Slave-trade in Africa, 344, 407, 413, 419-422, 457. Smalley, Mr., 17. Smith, Parker, 478, 480. Smith, Captain S. G., 165, 168, 188, 189. Socialism, thoughts on, 530. Soldiering, 167-215. Solomon's Throne, 248. Soul and mind, thoughts on, 521, 522. Spain, Stanley in, 240-244. Speake, James, 89, 102-105, 121. Speake, Mrs., 105, 106. Speke, Mr., 435, 462. Stairs, Lieutenant, 354, 360, 381, 390. Stanley, Denzil, Stanley'