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Chapter XVIII work in Review the close of the story of Stanley's African explorations may fitly be followed by a survey of the net result. Such an estimate is
idney Low, in the Cornhill Magazine, for July, 1904, together with a sketch of Stanley's personality, at once so just and so sympathetic that the entire article, wit ight omissions, is here given a place.
The map of Africa is a monument to Stanley, aere perennius.
Monumentum aere perennius, says Horace, or, as we may put atlases, published during the past sixty years, which is less than the span of Stanley's lifetime.
I turn to a magnificently proportioned volume, bearing the date o wo-and-twenty years earlier.
By 1882, there is a great change.
The name of Stanley has begun to be written indelibly upon the surface of the Continent.
The vagu as still its unfulfilled tasks to finish; but there can never again be another Stanley!
He is the last of the discoverers, unless, indeed, we shall have to reserve