QUILIMANE TO BOMBAY AND ENGLAND.
Livingstone returns the “Pioneer” to the Navy, and is to sail in the “Nyassa” to Bombay—Terrific circular storm—Imminent peril of the “Nyassa”—He reaches Mozambique—Letter to his daughter—Proceeds to Zanzibar—His engineer leaves him—Scanty crew of “Nyassa”—Livingstone captain and engineer—Peril of the voyage of 2500 miles—Risk of the monsoons—The “Nyassa” becalmed—Illness of the men—Remarks on African travel—Flying-fish—Dolphins—Curiosities of his Journal—Idea of a colony—Furious squall—Two sea-serpents seen—More squalls—The “Nyassa” enters Bombay harbor—Is unnoticed—First visit from officer with Custom-house schedules—How filled up—Attention of Sir Bartle Frere and others—Livingstone goes with the Governor to Dapuri—His feelings on landing in India—Letter to Sir Thomas Maclear—He visits mission-schools, etc., at Poonah—Slaving in Persian Gulf—Returns to Bombay—Leaves two boys with Dr. Wilson—Borrows passage-money and sails for England—At Aden—At Alexandria—Reaches Charing Cross—Encouragement derived from his Bombay visit—Two projects contemplated on his way home.
SECOND VISIT HOME.
Dr. Livingstone and Sir R. Murchison—At Lady Palmerston’s reception—at other places in London—Sad news of his son Robert—His early death—Dr. Livingstone goes to Scotland—Pays visits—Consultation with Professor Syme as to operation—Visit to Duke Argyll—to Ulva—He meets Dr. Duff—At launch of a Turkish frigate—At Hamilton—Goes to Bath to British Association—Delivers an address—Dr. Colenso—At funeral of Captain Speke—Bath speech offends the Portuguese—Charges of Lacerda—He visits Mr. and Mrs. Webb at Newstead—Their great hospitality—Livingstone room—He spends eight months there writing his book—He regains elasticity and playfulness—His book—Charles