Promotional pamphlet for works about Dr. David Livingstone

Livingstone possibly became even more popular after his death. His writings are now valued as a rich source for the history of Africans. His pioneering cartography of eastern Angola and the area that is now Botswana, Zambia, and Malawi was only one of his skills as an amateur field-scientist. He was buried in Westminster Abbey and statues and tributes were raised throughout the world to his memory. A great many books have also been published about this missionary and his travels.

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LIVINGSTONE & NEWSTEAD

By A. Z. Frazer

With Portraits and Illustrations. 12s. net.


“ANYONE who from personal association can
tell us of a great man from a point of view
not known to the crowd has a right, if not a duty,
to speak. This is true biography, the opposite of
too many standard lives.” —Saturday Review.


LIVINGSTONE'S LAST
JOURNALS IN CENTRAL
AFRICA TO HIS DEATH

By The Rev. HORACE WALLER

Maps and Illustrations. 2 vols. 18s. net.


DR. LIVINGSTONE'S journals consist of daily
records of his travels and observations, and
include maps made by him of the previously
unexplored territories over which he travelled, up
to the time of his death. Included also is the
narrative of his last moments and sufferings
obtained from his faithful servants Chuna and
Susi.

LONDON : JOHN MURRAY

H. W. & V. LD.—8337.23