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... they, he says, to a great extent accomplished their task ; but their further
progress by water was found impracticable, when they reached the great jungles
or marshes (immensas paludes), perhaps the Bahr el Ghazal, in which only a
N. lat, discovering in its passage the mouth of the Sobat, Lake No, and the Bahr
el Ghazal ; the second is alleged to have reached 4° 42' N. lat. ; the third did not
get so far. The second of these expeditions was the most important The officer in
The Nile flows past the Bahr el Ghazal with an imposing sweep and velocity. Of
the other principal tributaries to the Nile, the Giraffe River — although its course is
at present entirely unknown — is believed to be navigable to a great distance ...
... nearly equal it, for the Nile with these additions has scarcely doubled its
importance, considered as it was seen from above, entering the Bahr el GhazaL'
open open the navigation and extend trade throughout the whole course 284 Tlie
They hare gone upon an excursion up the Bahr el Ghazal, by which they hope to
make important discoveries relating to streams by which that great ' mere ' is fed.
All efforts to ascend the Nile to its source having failed, it is remarkable that no ...
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