Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa

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Preface; 1. The author's motives for undertaking the voyage; 2. Description of the Feloops, the Jaloffs, the Foulahs, and Mandingoes; 3. The author sets out from Pisania; 4. Some account of the inhabitants of Tallika; 5. Account of Kajaaga; 6. Arrival at Teesee; 7. The author admitted to an audience of the King of Kasson, whom he finds well disposed towards him; 8. Journey from Kemmoo to Funingkedy; 9. Some account of Jarra, and the Moorish inhabitants; 10. Various occurrences during the author's confinement at Benowm; 11. Occurrences at the camp continued; 12. Containing some further miscellaneous reflections on the Moorish character, and manners; 13. Ali departs for Jarra, and the author allowed to follow him thither; 14. The author feels great joy at his deliverance, and proceeds through the wilderness, E.S.E., but finds his situation very deplorable; 15. The author proceeds to Wassiboo; 16. Departure from Sego, and arrival at Kabba; 17. The author returns westward; 18. Inhospitable reception at Taffara; 19. Government of Manding; 20. Of the climate and seasons; 21. The account of the Mandingoes continued; 22. Observations concerning the state and sources of slavery in Africa; 23. Of gold-dust, and the manner in which it is collected; 24. Transactions at Kamalia resumed; 25. The Coffle crosses the Jallonka wilderness; 26. The caravan proceeds to Konkodoo, and crosses the Falemé river. A vocabulary of the Mandingo language; Appendix James Rennell: 1. Concerning the ideas entertained by the ancient geographers respecting the course of the river Niger; 2. Concerning the geographical discoveries of Mr. Park; 3. Construction of the geography of Mr. Park's expedition into Africa; 4. The construction of the geography continued; 5. Construction of the new map of north Africa; 6. The subject continued; 7. Observations on the physical and political geography of North Africa.

Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa

Performed Under the Direction and Patronage of the African Association in the Years 1795, 1796, and 1797

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Erscheinungsdatum

14.01.2011

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Cambridge University Press

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532

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Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

14.01.2011

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Cambridge University Press

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532

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29,7/21/2,9 cm

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1364 g

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Englisch

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978-1-108-02597-3

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  • Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa
  • Preface; 1. The author's motives for undertaking the voyage; 2. Description of the Feloops, the Jaloffs, the Foulahs, and Mandingoes; 3. The author sets out from Pisania; 4. Some account of the inhabitants of Tallika; 5. Account of Kajaaga; 6. Arrival at Teesee; 7. The author admitted to an audience of the King of Kasson, whom he finds well disposed towards him; 8. Journey from Kemmoo to Funingkedy; 9. Some account of Jarra, and the Moorish inhabitants; 10. Various occurrences during the author's confinement at Benowm; 11. Occurrences at the camp continued; 12. Containing some further miscellaneous reflections on the Moorish character, and manners; 13. Ali departs for Jarra, and the author allowed to follow him thither; 14. The author feels great joy at his deliverance, and proceeds through the wilderness, E.S.E., but finds his situation very deplorable; 15. The author proceeds to Wassiboo; 16. Departure from Sego, and arrival at Kabba; 17. The author returns westward; 18. Inhospitable reception at Taffara; 19. Government of Manding; 20. Of the climate and seasons; 21. The account of the Mandingoes continued; 22. Observations concerning the state and sources of slavery in Africa; 23. Of gold-dust, and the manner in which it is collected; 24. Transactions at Kamalia resumed; 25. The Coffle crosses the Jallonka wilderness; 26. The caravan proceeds to Konkodoo, and crosses the Falemé river. A vocabulary of the Mandingo language; Appendix James Rennell: 1. Concerning the ideas entertained by the ancient geographers respecting the course of the river Niger; 2. Concerning the geographical discoveries of Mr. Park; 3. Construction of the geography of Mr. Park's expedition into Africa; 4. The construction of the geography continued; 5. Construction of the new map of north Africa; 6. The subject continued; 7. Observations on the physical and political geography of North Africa.