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MOUNTENEY-JEPHSON A[rthur] J[ermy].

Emin Pasha and the rebellion at the Equator.

A story of nine months' experiences in the last of the Soudan provinces

Stock Code
84784
New York, Scribner's, 1890
£320

The author accompanied Stanley on his expedition to rescue Emin Pasha, the German-born Eduard Schnitzer, who had succeeded Gordon as governor of Equatoria in Southern Soudan but in 1885 had been caught up in the Mahdist uprising.

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Description

First U.S. edition, 8vo, xxiv, 490 pp., frontispiece, twenty wood-engraved plates, illustrations in the text, lacks map & facsimile of the Mahdi's Letter, modern half morocco gilt, all edges gilt.

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