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Mabota ans, and their king a negra, of the unre transpired in clear up. We have now

name of (amanand be adde, “manv Mor only to add the spausons and futur .al . of opedem na: TIMBI TOO), ale treide there." Amording to the same Mr. Jarkan, whone authority ta det lui

authority, the governtraent is mild and pa. hopef opnu grat router, Face. His dones de 's paper, attracted by the triartal - the king Camprued in the Kieme of Titione fums, derived frun an to'p'rs.

mara.To reating to our un. and Aralu langagnashr als are kindls sive, called halny, who want to piep in arma, Maya laing, we de. treated the ruby a sort of triangle, alwut three 1767, is very different from the precedi. s. ad

had to that aftretinmir in - ha smra musqurs, of as fews:dhe sunsideration of (aut. who are larre, and essed uurnanted ly * On the most side of the pite of Tim surtina Timbute tur separate broch wer situated on an immense plain there is a large lures in are a girat purple to do justace in of white sud. having no repetatu but many elephants. The timber here te prv

mited the details of all subted trors and shrubs, muh as the mimosa large Tie trees on the iritside of the feel n, med are brand to runfes ferruginea, shut grows by her than three are retarkalle for having two different com es are by the means certain or four feet -- I not elmed in any barrier, but len: that made whoh naposed to the pr. to the natrary, ar tid - upen on il su're, and conter at test alust og sun u black, and the opposite de

med roundartans, that we ten er twelve thursand in altante bush are ls. The body of the tree bmw eins - Ambas; and, inderd, are the leading features of Tomus , agreeable to branle or leaves : latt learn,

er that M. (adlı ever M. (a'u., who also represents the water und are fotzarko.'y larga, row up the top: w cepatal. Batelsle saying there a wing brought from dou po rrenars as that one of these trees aprun, at a re. e las from wishing to lepi dug in the cando; firmwonal a ven sar; tarce, I ke te mass and found top of any

aporephal only or du and the spirits as to the wire of the mer, wabeen has sen tree in England Both Besame ma od plurarul called by thom Bahar-ı. Ailto the land taster than thee: within the forest the tres

wanky o somark, t * E. that it nine to Hawow, and empton are smalar than an itu akarta Tiere are la have rumpared to throw itself state the Sole - praer term.

tro tournal log there in the Empen of Ma. eyalen en Tomson By refers lek for the narrative of our dans la peine They are of a s.r.

borght ruunes Adame, llor Amerkan salur, ww ws arekind that the largest cannot be gorded los . b0.. appruched fruta thr in 1810 on the western most of Africa, and Tebrar a kind of bests s'emet the war of a sath, with a few carriol a lor nat) to Tombom slave waltet, in elters P630","& ad fru ten to

and in so per il lor sen 1 at lue tienfis a large nuer tett ben Nebenso sa stane alebo ant at of bresh water, alamat terpuarters auf I e extent of the it virs lat,s. Bump reapreting mile wide, called l Nar Zarrah, as floreire flere so the town of 1.3. - law, sh the nuh,

clue to that in fp utle futb-asword, and a small proles, the road trio's , alter puning the heard no tenian whatever is the Josis ha hede. wash the nex, and 18 ! t.

fatemu wners, le clares that it was tas pated in ann of the bl. art deep li ruha in the great femetile e Daredeha, and dis lowed trunks of na-trms, and t'at bolike red rust, add €0.74 sale with vibr. bome to TwBurton, mulut arod sal were raught in it, he status ket in the urds wete les her he tellus, lue the wheeler population were runt, ud for water en forma de bank and

a:.d nehurka un the oth never saw bas me small parts of MM, . furana"... The tova sf T

.. the peu gust as the came to raise theu pamain men, 1. leil. Bupatocond hag a med all the are beliet La der's mard ramion. He won with Cathe, Arnar, ia lata-sa, a Barbary, Vil. tos fluake one whh se tiete bring met wa'is, tamshi he at all laryn wandman, what the ful with muda

shumat tuents a five nadut huu wa the kete rast; far and when the drw, thev tom se the car e been reduced to take asep sa the button was gruan berler up. t... they hate Arred the wall ment of the auth. dwarf RockV; beras Adams sprangen. They never use one or lauk-ler de 1.4

presenta as fint rute, furtis, bem, ner, forta cru, par Anaw bee B. bake bruke. The ... a 1-wing hour apples, fraterres, and of herds of rows, twee feet huch, and ently muratug te dr.

marrounded on all anses, ac all as the human race, lives lend the town not the wild Arols, of quueksand, of these produe :

come frequently to demand numer frem t P.. har sutren the

We will tellum far back mlm framu, 'It has the pain; who called Blak Bahar le beard and that be Edrwi, ard d'ate!, four farther densets the gate of the desers, on the north."

what noor) fuente: but was mentava shat the first w for this, on se saber side of the town, a Tertoo, themagla at'thre gegaan, waka" at the end, called Bab Neel, or the nat

the unha thar lave, slate the Puraneh neer « 1 mbarton L S The third at leads to u farmi a
Eskan, in the water three to the wmi, *4 on the at the the east, and I called Bob da
upla, buat Bore 333 kepinte

* ar king wat bye L.
- 18 nar Har". Garupello

uw at pare kwa ile Terra a... 16, Ja'"*" 171, mis at the river a: 3.d are farslar bu

pern, - 1.0 1-**ri*, while profundland in there be the
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