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1260 The Publishers' Circular Dec j |
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lished Thomson but it ' is s now Through being . rap Masai idly passed Land throug ( Sampson h the Low press & . Co We . ) . — cannot This work therefore is not quote yet from pub-1 I
its text , , but our readers may get a foretaste of what irom they tne may expect , to find in ot , the the volume I
ltselt by a tew short highest authority , the Boycd Geographical
of the most interesting
e which xtracts we have gathered speeche from s or the men ' Proceeditigs very 0 / 1 Society' for this month , which contains a full report I
paper read before the this society by session Mr . Thomson the third , at
¦ of November opening last : , on I In his opening address , LORD I
ABER . DARE , the President , spoke of I Mr . Thomson as ' the hero of the ¦ ¦ meet they ing t would ' and hea told r a his tale audience of admnUrei th ? . t
cy b among y the one knig r lands ^ ittyiit hts as b u of j strange old vovo romance icv / as ciircvcs any , , « and visited . « - « of ^ j I I
¦ dangers encountered and overcome by a spirit not less heroic than theirs . ' I
reader After was ^ the hig paper hly ¦ comp was limented read , the . I
BISHOP HANKINGTON ' wished I ¦ ¦ to Tkomsofi fay his for tribute the of wonderfu admiratio l n journey to Mr .
M «^ Ae had performed' I MEEON sai < J : I
¦ wow mrtw * Mr COMMANDER . / / ¦ or Thomson nr /^ ZAe > , « np ' s onranhir jo CA u hy rney of of ILqua Eq had uazorw toria ( to I
Africa ¦ than any geograp other expedition since Stanley * $ descent of the Congo ! I
6 e ^ Mr A 25 . good F . aALTON fortune to said listen : ' to It many hed I most interesting papers , .... **?
of ) iad ~ . r charm never heard i and more one ^^^ that -tiin instructive ^ was - »/»/ had 7 . q morejw more react them fMl that which Mr . Thomson , to A
of E Mr quatorial . KAVENS Afr TEJLN ica ^ and said no that other « expedition Mr . Thomsons ever exp sent lorations out by the were Society a great had addition brought our back ' a r «^ ¦ b I I amount of new and most important information . ' l I
greatest Mr , The Thomson interest PRESIDENT had to the just work described said whic : Probabl h , and Mr . Thomson he y no was expeditio sure was the p n reparing Fe remained llows for of to the the be / p Society made ress , of woidd equal look interest forwa to rd tfiat wi . ^ * > ^ I I I
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Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Dec. 6, 1884, page 1260, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_06121884/page/20/