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説明Identifier: fiveyearshunting1892rouaTitle: Five years' hunting adventures in South Africa: being an account of sport with the lion, elephant ...Year: 1892 (1890s)Authors: Roualeyn George Gordon-Cumming, 1820-1866.Subjects: Hunting -- South Africa Museum Collection South Africa -- History South Africa -- Description and travel Special CollectionsPublisher: London, Simpkin, Marshall.Contributing Library: Broward College Archives and Special CollectionsDigitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:from the Fireside—TheBeast occupied consuming him all night—The man-eating Lion slain—ThreeHippopotami shot—One of the Dogs eaten by a Crocodile—The fatal Tsetse fly—The Fountain of Seboono—An old Bull-Elephant held in check withoutGun or Dogs. I resolved now to cease for a time hunting sea-cows, and to trekahead in good earnest. I accordingly took considerable trouble instowing the waggons properly. We then trekked down the river untilsundown. I rode ahead of the waggons to explore, and was struck withastonishment at the number of the hippopotami. They seemed toincrease the farther I trekked down the river ; every pool had its herd;they were extremely fearless, allowing me to approach within fifteenyards of them. In the morning I found myself minus my hired natives:these ruffians, fearing to receive a chastisement similar to that of thechief of the Bakalahari, which they felt they deserved, thought it bestto get out of the way in time, and had cut the service. The chiefText Appearing After Image:M o a Pi ooft CDft a: <x ANOTHER ELEPHANT EXPEDITION. 275 Matsaca brought me ivory, which I obtained in barter for muskets andsome ammunition. On the 8th we trekked at dawn of day, and after proceeding a fewmiles came upon the Lotsane, one of those gravelly-bedded rivers, withonly water in occasional spots, such as are met with in the Bamangwatocountry. Here was much spoor of elephant; and the natives pressingme to halt and hunt, I outspanned and got everything ready for a tripfrom the waggons. The next morning I started with a party of natives to seek elephants.We held along the banks of the Lotsane for several miles, holding a north-westerly course; after which we left the river and held south-west; and,at last, followed down to the Limpopo, and so home to camp, withoutfinding a single fresh spoor. Here I found my old friends fromBamangwato, Mollyeon and Kapain, with a party. I was glad to seethese men, as I knew they would assist me in my hunting, and theycould also coNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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