David Livingstone


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Scottish missionary and explorer who discovered the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls (1813-1873)

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It reads: "With the kindest remembrances of his much obliged and attached friend David Livingstone.
But the David Livingstone Trust say he is better understood and remembered in Africa than in the land of his 1813 birth, and they hope to "reawaken" his legacy.
He's celebrated in most places in the Western world, but his legacy is still relatively unknown in Canada," said David Livingstone, the namesake's great-great-nephew, a retired elementary school principal originally from Listowel, Ont.
Follow the African explorations of Scots writer, medical missionary and anti-slavery campaigner David Livingstone, born 200 years ago next month.
I have just read with interest the article on Dr David Livingstone written by John Waterhouse (NA, Nov).
Credit Suisse's CEO in Australia, David Livingstone, said, 'We are thrilled that a senior banker of David's calibre is joining Credit Suisse.
140 years ago in Africa David Livingstone, the Victorian explorer, gave Henry M Stanley a harrowing account of a massacre he witnessed, in which he described the way that slave traders slaughtered 400 innocent people.
London, March 31 (ANI): A letter that describes how famous Scottish explorer David Livingstone killed and ate an elephant during an African expedition has fetched 28,800 pounds at a London auction.
Still, despite the frustrating feeds from Arizona, the tournament has been enjoyable, with the evertrustworthy David Livingstone taking control in the studio.
Other academic archives available online include a collection of some one hundred letters written by missionary doctor and African explorer David Livingstone (www .
Daniel Faria, director, Monte Clark Gallery * Susan Langdon, executive director, Toronto Fashion Incubator * David Livingstone, journalist * Clara Northcott, Northcott Communications Inc.
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1871: Henry Morton Stanley discovered missing explorer David Livingstone.
The archive includes correspondence between the John Murray publishing company, which was founded in 1768, and Jane Austen, Charles Darwin, Sir Walter Scott, Benjamin Disraeli, David Livingstone, Thomas Carlyle and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
While the explorer David Livingstone left pounds 1,463 in 1873, or pounds 63,000 today.