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" An expedition is organized to subdue to our authority the countries situated to the south of Gondokoro; "To suppress the slave trade; to introduce a system of regular commerce; "To open to navigation the great lakes of the equator; "And to establish a... "
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 31

1875
...those countries belonging to the Nile basin south of Gondokoro." His mission is, so runs the firman, "to suppress the slave trade; to introduce a system...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations." What right the Khedive had to grant such a firman we will not stop just now to inquire. Under it, at...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 31

1875
...the slave trade ; to introduce a system of regular commerce ; to open to navigation the great hikes of the equator ; and to establish a chain of military...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations." What right the Khedive had to grant such a firman we will not stop just now to inquire. Under it, at...
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Ismail´a: A Narrative of the Expedition to Central Africa for the ..., Volume 1

Sir Samuel White Baker - Africa, Central - 1874 - 447 pages
...permanent government .... We have decreed and now decree as follows : — "An expedition is organized to subdue to our authority the countries situated...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations. "The supreme command of this expedition is confided to Sir Samuel White Baker, for four years, commencing...
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Ismail´a: A Narrative of the Expedition to Central Africa for the ..., Volume 1

Sir Samuel White Baker - Africa, Central - 1874
...permanent government .... We have decreed and now decree as follows : — " An expedition is organized to subdue to our authority the countries situated...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations. "The supreme command of this expedition is confided to Sir Samuel White Baker, for four years, commencing...
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The Annual Register, Volume 116

Edmund Burke - History - 1875
...to steam navigation of the great equatorial lakes of Central Africa, and in the establishment of n permanent Government, ... we have decreed and now...corn. On the other hand, it can be alleged that no generul sent to annex a country would withdraw his troops on account of verbal opposition ; nor would...
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Annual Register

History - 1875
...establishment of a permanent Government, ... we have decreed and now decree as follows : — "An expedition ia organised to subdue to our authority the countries...operations." As regards this war, the natives have much to say for themselves. From the first they protested against annexation ; yet they did not attack the...
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The Living Age, Volume 124

1875
...the Nile basin south of Gondokoro." His mission is, so runs the firman, "to suppress the slave-trade; to introduce a system of regular commerce ; to open...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations." What right the Khedive had to grant such a firman we will not stop just now to inquire. Under it, at...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., Volume 7

1875
...expedition is organized to subdue to our authority the countries situated to the south of Goudokoro, " To suppress the slave trade ; to introduce a system...commercial depots, distant at intervals of three days' journey, throughout Central Africa, accepting Goudokoro as the base of operations. " The supreme command...
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Old and New, Volume 11

Edward Everett Hale - Liberalism (Religion) - 1875
...year and a half of time, for bringing order into the country intrusted to his care, and "establishing a chain of military stations and commercial depots, distant at intervals of three-days' march, throughout Central Africa, accepting Gondokoro as a base." Although all sorts of...
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Heroes of Britain in peace and war, Volume 1

Edwin Hodder - Great Britain - 1878 - 320 pages
...empowered Sir Samuel Baker " to suppress the slave trade, to introduce a system of regular commerce, to establish a chain of military stations and commercial...Africa, accepting Gondokoro as the base of operations; and to undertake the supreme command of the expedition for four years, commencing 1st April, 1869,...
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