ngstone, Captains Burton, Speke, and Grant, and Sir Samuel Baker left unsettled, people must needs believe that I discovered Livingstone!
A little while after the burial
For a full account of the funeral obsequies, see the Memoir prefacing Stanley's book, How I Found Livingstone. of Livingstone at Westminster, I strolled over to the office of the Daily telegraph, and pointed out to the proprietors how much remained shrouded in mystery in Dark Africa.
The proprietor asked, But do you thloads into the bush, to relieve the heavily-burdened caravan.
In this condition we entered Ituru — a land of naked people, whose hills drain into a marsh, whence issue the southernmost waters of the Nile.
It was here, on this watershed, that Stanley discovered the southernmost source of the Nile.--D. S.
A presentiment of evil depressed all of us, as the long column of wearied and sick people entered Ituru.
My people hurried their women away out of sight, the boys drove the herds away f