whom he called Mr. Kennicy, and the other Mr. Richardson, and acquainted them with my engagement as a help to Mr. Richardson in the shipping business.
The generosity of my unknown friend had been soff. This was the extent of the information Mr. Richardson could give me, which was most gratifying, dressed, and eminently cordial — especially Richardson, whom I warmly admired.
My first day's emlacquemine, Attakapas, Opelousas, etc., etc. Richardson was, in the meantime, busy in making out bilth's pay, that I might procure an outfit.
Mr. Richardson, who boarded in the more fashionable Rampathough, in the presence of Mr. Kitchen and Mr. Richardson, he could only ask, querulously, How couldd into, etc., etc.
Both Mr. Kitchen and Mr. Richardson, under this argument, laboured under the ss. Ellison and McMillan. Messrs. Kitchen and Richardson departed elsewhere, but I was retained by thirit that I had admired in Mr. Kennicy and Mr. Richardson, and said:--
Very well, sir. You may d
d Jenny, 8-10.
Price, Sarah, 8-10.
Rawlinson, Sir, Henry, 286, 289.
Reading, Mr. Stanley the elder instructs Stanley in, 127.
Recreation, real, thoughts on, 525, 526.
Redmond, John, 474.
Religion, thoughts on, 517-519.
Religious convictions, of Stanley when a boy, 23-28; of the elder Mr. Stanley, 133-137.
Religious education, thoughts on, 521.
Reviews and reviewers, thoughts on, 526, 527.
Rhodes, Cecil, 455.
Rhuddlan Eisteddfod, 14, 16.
Richardson, Mr., 89-121.
Roberts, Lord, 464.
Roberts, Willie, 22, 23.
Robertson, Mr., 472, 473.
Robinson, Rev. Joseph A., refuses to allow Stanley to be buried in Westminster Abbey, 515.
Rowlands, John, Stanley's real name.
See Stanley, Henry Morton.
Rowlands, John, Stanley's grandfather, 38-40.
Runciman, Mr., 523 n.
Ruwenzori Mountains. See Moon, Mountains of the.
St. Asaph Union Workhouse, 10-34.
St. Louis, 115, 116.
Salisbury, Lord, accuses Stanley of having interests in A