THE REVOLUTION IN UGANDA
STANLEY AND EMIN BEY. (per press association.) Bkrun. Jar. n«ry 'ii. News has been received that daring the revolntion m Uganda the English and French mission stations, with all their stores, and amongst other things a letter for Stanley and Emm were destroyed. Ex-King Mwanga is imprisoned by Arabs, who threaten to exterminate all missions m Central Africa m revenge for the antislave policy oi the English. English missionaries m Uganda are at present safe. January 13. Twelve gigs, intended for use by Lieutenant Wissman's expedition for the relief of Emm Bey, have been shipped from Germany to Zanzibar. London, Jannary 12 Information has been received that Christian natives at Uganda have murdered one of the teachers connected with the mission and expelled Knapp, who was appointed German Consul after approval of his conduct m Samoa,
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THE REVOLUTION IN UGANDA, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889
THE REVOLUTION IN UGANDA Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889
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