2 edition of Zambesi journal and letters, 1858-63. found in the catalog.
Zambesi journal and letters, 1858-63.
Kirk, John Sir
Bibliography: v. 2, p. 619.
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The rise and fall of strophanthin. Author links open overlay panel A.G McKenzie. Show more. from which the poison was extracted, and drew the follicles in his journal. In , the Zambesi Expedition was joined by a Universities The Zambesi Journal and Letters of John Kirk –63, Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, , pp. xiv, , Cited by: 4. 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 : P. Pablo Ferrer-Gallego, Fernando Boisset, David A. Simpson.
Sir John Kirk CMG KCB (Decem – Janu ) was a Scottish physician, naturalist, companion to explorer David Livingstone, and British administrator in was born in Barry, near Arbroath, Scotland and is buried in St. Nicholas's churchyard in Sevenoaks, Kent, England. He earned his medical degree from the University of Edinburgh. Livingstone's Private Journals: colour D.L. says district East elephant father feet fever grass Griquas ground hippopotamus horns horse identified inch insect island journal killed Kolobeng Kololo Kuruman Lake Ngami leave Lechwee Letters Linyanti lion living Livingstone Lozi Makalaka Makololo Mambari About Google Books.
TheZambia (Northern Rhodesia) Journal 6, FLETCHER, I M () David Livingstone. A short portrait of the great missionary-explorer. 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 Cited by: 4. 3) Apprenticeship at Kuruman being the journals and letters of Robert and Mary Moffat 4) The Zambesi Journal of James Stewart This volume has the W.H. Coetzer book plate on the front paste down. 5) The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton 6) The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask
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The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John Kirk,2 Volumes Hardcover – January 1, by Reginald Foskett (Author)Author: Reginald Foskett. The Zambesi journal and letters of Dr.
John Kirk, Edited by Reginald Foskett. Volumes I & II [John. Kirk] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Genre/Form: Travel literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirk, John, Sir, Zambesi journal and letters of Dr. John Kirk, The Kirk Journal and Letters, now published for the first time, are of outstanding interest and importance.
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.
Originally published inthis book forms an excellent and detailed account of the Zambesi Expeditions of The book is based 1858-63. book on the daily journal kept by Sir John Kirk, Livingstone's lieutenant on the Expedition.
It contains much material which was not given to the public in Livingstone's description. The Journal and Letters "give a day to day account of the progress of the Government Expedition to the Zambesi () which was led by David Livingstone The author was the Botanist and Medical Officer to the Expedition.".
"Letters from the Zambesi to Sir R. Murchison, and (The Late) Admiral Washington" is an article from Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume View more articles from Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. You may also retrieve all of this items. It is a remarkable book.”—Peter Grenwell in Daily Mail “It is a noble book about a very noble man; it describes a period of British and European history in which man’s struggles and problems greatly resembled our own.”—Sir John Squire in Illustrated London News “This is a book which Englishmen may be proud to read.”—London.
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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 Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr. John Kirk,ed. REGINALD FOSKETT; 2 Vols.: pp. xxi + Oliver & Boyd: Lon- is abundantly borne out by the books under review.
On another level these books together The journal of the Zambesi expedition and the letters also introduce us to Kirk, whose. This book completes my challenge of reading books that took place in each of the letters of the alphabet.
Z is for Zambezi. Entertaining fast read. Spies, macho military hero, running and hiding through Africa and all the cities and rivers that start with Z, some sexy romance, and terrorists wreaking havoc. Fun read to end the year/5. Foskett, R, Ed. The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John Kirk, – Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, To my knowledge, Kirk's only contemporaneous publications were: Kirk J.
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The Zambesi Expedition New Highways for Old in B. Pachai (ed) Livingstone: Man of Africa pp 29– London: Longmans. London: Longmans. Google ScholarAuthor: Brian Morris. 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 Edinburgh,(exhibition.
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John Kirk, by Reginald Foskett, John Kirk; African Journal, by David. LIVINGSTONE'S ZAMBEZI EXPEDITION, -- FRANCIS SKEAD () Chart entitled 'AFRICA EAST COAST.
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Foskett Red The Zambesi Journal and Letters of Dr John Kirk, [2 vols]. Edinburgh, Scotland Oliver & Boyd; Edinburgh, Scotland Oliver & Boyd; Cited by: 1.Volume 54 Issue9 July Sign up for the Nature Briefing newsletter — what matters in science, free to your inbox daily.'Notes on the Gradient of the Zambesi, on the Level of Lake Nyassa, on the Murchison Rapids, and on Lake Shirwa', "Journal of the Royal Geographical Society" (), 35, 'Notes on Two Expeditions up the River Rovuma, East Africa', "Journal of the Royal Geographical Society" (), 35,