FROM ENGLAND TO BOMBAY AND ZANZIBAR.
Object of new journey—Double scheme—He goes to Paris with Agnes—Baron Hausmann—Anecdote at Marseilles—He reaches Bombay—Letter to Agnes—Reminiscences of Dr. Livingstone at Bombay by Rev. D.C. Boyd—by Alex. Brown, Esq.—Livingstone’s dress—He visits the caves of Kenhari—Rumors of murder of Baron van der Decken—He delivers a lecture at Bombay—Great success—He sells the “Lady Nyassa”—Letter to Mr. James Young—Letter to Anna Mary—Hears that Dr. Kirk has got an appointment—Sets out for Zanzibar in “Thule”—Letter to Mr. James Young—His experience at sea—Letter to Agnes—He reaches Zanzibar—Calls on Sultan—Presents the “Thule” to him from Bombay Government—Monotony of Zanzibar life—Leaves in “Penguin” for the continent.
FROM ZANZIBAR TO UJIJI.
Dr. Livingstone goes to mouth of Rovuma—His prayer—His company—His herd of animals—Loss of his buffaloes—Good spirits when setting put—Difficulties at Rovuma—Bad conduct of Johanna men—Dismissal of his Sepoys—Fresh horrors of slave-trade—Uninhabited tract—He reaches Lake Nyassa—Letter to his son Thomas—Disappointed hopes—His double aim, to teach natives and rouse horror of slave-trade—Tenor of religious addresses—Wikatami remains behind—Livingstone finds no altogether satisfactory station for commerce and missions—Question of the watershed—Was it worth the trouble?—Overruled for good to Africa—Opinion of Sir Bartle Frere—At Marenga’s—The Johanna men leave in a body—Circulate rumor of his murder—Sir Roderick disbelieves it—Mr. E.D. Young sent out with Search Expedition—Finds proof against rumor—Livingstone half-starved—Loss of his goats—Review of 1866—Reflections on Divine Providence—Letter to Thomas—His dog drowned—Loss of his medicine-chest—He feels sentence of death passed on him—First sight of Lake Tanganyika—Detained at Chitimba’s—Discovery of Lake Moero—Occupations during detention