21 Our Dumb Animals 1 (1888-1889)

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                                         I would  not enter on my  list of friends,
                                         Though  graced with  polished manners and fine sense,
                                         Yet  wanting sensibility, the man
                                         Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.- COWPER.

Vol. 21.                                         Boston, June, 1888.                                                    No. 1.


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        HENRY   H1. STANLEY,  the Hero of the Dark Continent.                    Stanley Going Down the Rapids of the Congo.


THE  HERO   OF THE  DARK   CONTINENT.                ing introduced somne years ago, Henry MI.     bigh, Wales, in 1840. Camne to New Orleans as
                                             Stanley, who, having explored and told the   a cabin-boy-employed there by a merchant
  Through the kind courtesy of the Sunday   world the story of Central Africa, is now eng-aged  named Stanley, who adopted him and gave him
School Visitor, of Nashville, Tenn., wve have in carrying christianity and civilization to the  his name. He fought in the Confederate army.
the pleasure of introducing to our readers a barbarous tribes who inhabit it. His name was At the close of the war travelled in Turkey,
gentleman to whom we had the pleasure of be- John Rowlands. He was born poor, near Den-   Asia Minor and Europe; went to Abyssinia as

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