The Zambesi journal and letters of Dr. John Kirk, 1858-63.

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Africa, Central -- Description and travel., Zambezi R

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StatementEdited by Reginald Foskett.
ContributionsFoskett, Reginald, ed.
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LC ClassificationsDT731 .K5
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Pagination2 v. (xxi, 636 p.)
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Open LibraryOL5978585M
LC Control Number66006085
OCLC/WorldCa1203038

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They give a day to day account of the progress of the Government Expedition to the Zambesi () which was led by David Livingstone and explored the rivers leading to the interior from the East Coast of Africa - the Zambesi, the Shire and the Rovuma - and discovered Lake Nyasa.

John Kirk was the only companion of explorer David Livingstone to emerge untainted from the disastrous, tragic expedition up the Zambezi river between and Three years later, Kirk returned to Africa, to the notorious island of Zanzibar, ancient. The Zambesi Doctors: David Livingstone's Letters to John Kirk,ed.

REGINALD FOSKETT The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr. John Kirk,ed. REGINALD FOSKETT African Journal,by DAVID LIVINGSTONE, ed. ISAAC SCHAPERA Christian Missions in Nigeria, The Making of a New Elite, by J. AJAYI. () The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John Kirk Edinburgh and London Livingstone, David (), Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambezi and its Tributaries, London.

Wallis J P 1858-63. book [Editor]() The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone Chatto & Windus, London. Aug 25 to the Editor of the 'Athenaeum' discussing 'easy chair versus field geography'; 18 letters from English addresses, January to February to Dr.

Norton Shaw (the Society's Secretary) in which Livingstone asks for information on the mouth of the Zambesi,requires a copper boat, comments on his book,maps,family matters, the. The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr. John Kirk, – Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd. Martelli, George ().

Livingstone's River: A History of the Zambezi Expedition, – London: Chatto & Windus. Liebowitz, Daniel (). The Physician and the Slave Trade: John Kirk, the Livingstone Expeditions, and the Crusade against Slavery in. The journal of the Zambesi expedition and the letters also introduce us to Kirk, whose career is an epitome of the involvement of Britain in Africa.

He started out as a botanist, and thus his interests were similar to those which motivated the first West African ex-peditions and the foundation of the African Association in As an explorer. The Zambesi journal and letters of Dr.

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The Scottish missionary and explorer, Dr David Livingstone, led a River Zambesi Expedition in Central Africa from to An important member of this group was Dr John Kirk, who was appointed as Economic Botanist and Medical Officer. Inthey explored the River Shire, a tributary of the Zambesi, and found that the Manganja and Ajawa.

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Murray. Free download. Frew () Prince George's African Tour Blackie & Sons. In The Occasional Papers of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum. Nos.I in one volume.

No pp FOSKETT, R (Ed.) () The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John Kirk Edinburgh and London: Oliver and Boyd. 2 vols. HAYES, G A () Itinerary of Dr John Zambesiaca 1 (1), The Zambesi Expedition () was headed by David Livingstone () with John Kirk (), the expedition’s naturalist, and Thomas Baines (), the store keeper and artist.

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Part 4 is entirely devoted to the papers of Sir John Kirk () including some letters of his wife, Lady Helen Kirk. Sir John Kirk was David Livingstone’s chief assistant on the Second Zambesi Expedition, He was a physician, an accomplished botanist and zoologist.

However in the book Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambezi and its Tributaries and ’ agent, Commander Norman Bernard Bedingfield of the Royal Navy as second-in-command, naturalist and medical doctor Dr John Kirk, geologist R. Foskett. The Zambezi Doctors; Dr Livingstone’s letters to John Kirk, Oliver and Boyd, Dr Vaughan questions the view expressed in this quotation.

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John *Kirk 2 vols. Edinburgh & London: Oliver & Boyd,26 FALKENSTEIN, F. (), passim, The most definitive account to date, Zambesi tells the story of David Livingstone's Zambesi Expedition.

It exposes the rivalry among some of Victorian Britain's leading establishment figures and institutions--including the Foreign Office, the Royal Society, Royal Geographical Society, British Museum, Kew Gardens and the Admiralty--as abolitionists, scientists, and entrepreneurs sought to.

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Red Data Book. 'Extracts of a Letter of Dr. Kirk to Alex Kirk, Esq., Relating to the Livingstone Expedition', Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (), 'Hints to Travellers - Extracts from a Letter from John Kirk', Journal of the Royal Geographical Society (), 34, Foskett illustrated The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John KirkEdinburgh and London, with twelve of Kirk's prints, and more recently, nine of his Zambezi albumen prints from the collection of the National Library of Scotland were included in the exhibition David Livingstone and the Victorian Encounter with Africa, London and.

The typification of the African endemic plant Ottelia exserta (Ridl.) Dandy (≡ Boottia exserta Ridl., Hydrocharitaceae) is discussed. Based on the protologue and consultation of original material, a specimen preserved in the herbarium at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is designated as the lectotype.Charles Meller and John Kirk: medical practitioners and practice on Livingstone’s Zambesi expedition, J Med Biogr ; 7.

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[Reginald Coupland] -- An account of John Kirk's experiences as doctor and naturalist on David Livingstone's second Zambesi .