Emin Pasha and the Rebellion at the Equator: A Story of Nine Months' Experience in the Last of the Soudan Provinces

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INDEX.
ABAMBOLA Mountain, 372.
Abderrahim, Osman Latif's son, 255, 345.
Abdul Bain Aga, 329.
Abdullah (orderly), 173-4, 281-2.
Abdullah Aga el Apt, 154.
Abdullah Aga Manzal, chief of Muggi Station, 97-8, 110, 113, 118-9, 122-4, 266; death of, 286; 352.
Abdullah Vaab Effendi, 195-9, 220; death of, 286-7; 327.
Abdul Wahab Effendi (Lieut.), 41-2, 233, 412.
Abu Soud Bey & Mahdi, 249.
Achmet Aga Dinkaue, 154, 163, 165, 184, 202, 207, 208, 264, 335, 343-7.
Achmet Aga el Assinti, 328.
Achmet Effendi Mahmoud, 41-2, 103, 163, 353.
Achmet Effendi Raif, 234, 313-4.
Advance steel boat 2; 3-14, 185; broken up, 320-1; 446, 447, 454.
A-fi-fi, see Dwarfs.
Africa, trade and goods in, 301.
Agricultural implements of Bari tribe, 132.
Akka, see Dwarfs.
Albert Lake, arrival at, 2; and steel boat, 3; scenery about, 8-9; water of, 10; rapid falling of, 40-1; Sir S. Baker and, 116-7; at Tunguru, 354, 442; scenery of the shores, 425, 427; Zanzibar and, 449.
Al-ed-Din Pasha, Mahdi and, 249.
Ali Achmet (Nyanza S.S), 328.
Ali Aga Djabor, 43, 102-3, 153, 172, 175-6, 180, 183-4, 221, 235, 255, 260, 275, 277, 286, 288, 327.
Ali Aga el Kourdi, 345, 347.
Ali Aga Shamruk of Rejaf, 172, 174, 255, 260.
Amadi Station, 305.
Amadji, Chief, 58.
Anthropological specimens, Emin's, 62-3.
Antinori, Marquis, and bustards, 119.
Arab dinner, an, 86-7.
Arabi's rebellion, 43, 69, 421; and Abdullah Vaab Effendi, 195.
Arif Effendi, (clerk), 149, 159, 446-7.
Arms, etc., musket of Kaba-regga's, 36; Bari bows and arrows, 101-2, 120-1, 317; knives of Monbuttu, 70, 121; Dwarf spears, 121, bows and arrows, 373; spears of Dervishes, 244.
Aruwimi River, Emin and, 24-5; natives of upper, 302; and Advance boat, 320.
Aveysheba natives, 302.
Award Effendi, 338.
Ayu River, 90; the ford of, 93, 156.
BABADONGO, General, 434.
Bachit (Soudauese orderly), 173; (sheik), 286.
Bachit, Mahmoud, 327.
Bachit Aga, Chief of Kirri Station, 99, 100, 105; Emin and, 108-10; at Dufilé, 172, 328, 341, 343-7, 352; wife, 447.
Bagamoyo, Emin at, 468, 470, 471-6.
Bahr-el-Ghazal Province, Gessi and, 196, 305; and Lupton, 361-2.
Baker, Sir Samuel (or Mlidju), and S.S. Khedive, 28-9, and Lady Baker's work in the province, 65-6; and Faratch Aga, 65-6, 68-71; and Dufilé Station, 81-3; whale­ boats, etc., brought by, 84; and Taha Mahomet, 116; and the Latooka rain-maker, 143; and northern stations, 235; 303.
Banalya, rear column at, 390, 402.
Bari tribe; and hunting of crocodiles, 73-4, 209; country of, 96; women, 96-9; villages of, 98, 120-1,

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