uld, on the whole, have preferred not to be rescued!
The journey from the Ocean to the Nile, and from the Nile to the East Coast, added much to geographical knowledge, and was the complement of Stanley's previous discoveries.
But the cost was heavy, and the leader himself emerged with his health seriously impaired by the tremendous strain of those dark months.
Most of his younger companions preceded him to the grave.
Stanley survived Nelson, Stairs, and Parke, as well as Barttelot and Jameson; but the traces of the journey were upon him to the end, and no doubt they shortened his days.
Those days — that is to say, the fourteen years that were left to him after he returned to England in the spring of 1890--were, however, full of activity, and, one may hope, of content.
No other great task of exploration and administration was tendered; and perhaps, if offered, it could not have been accepted.
But Stanley found plenty of occupation.
He wrote, he lectured, and he assisted the
2; takes Stanley home with him, 146; life on his plantation, 146-150.
Ingham, Mrs., Annie, death of, 445.
Ingham, C. E., death of, 463.
International African Association, 334-338.
James, Lord, of Hereford, 483.
Jameson, Dr., his invasion of the Transvaal, 482, 483.
Jameson, Mr., 354.
Jephson, Mounteney, joins Stanley's expedition for the rescue of Emin, 354; sent by Stanley to search for Emin, 360, 361; a prisoner, 368; Stanley's characterisation of, 382; sufJameson, Mr., 354.
Jephson, Mounteney, joins Stanley's expedition for the rescue of Emin, 354; sent by Stanley to search for Emin, 360, 361; a prisoner, 368; Stanley's characterisation of, 382; sufferings of, 387; carries succour to Nelson, 390; accompanies Stanley to Ostend, 434; Stanley in last sickness talks of, 515.
Jerusalem, Stanley at, 245.
Johnston, General A. S., 185, 199.
Journalism, Stanley's career in, 220-250, 291-295.
Kennicy, Mr., 89, 91, 101, 102.
Khartoum, massacre of Gordon's forces at, 353; how Stanley would have acted at, 537.
Kimber, Mr., 469, 470.
Kitchen, J. D., 101-106, 121.
Kruger, President, Stanley's description of, 489-499; his ultimatum, 503, 5