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. Discovery of Lakes Rudolf and Stefanie : a narrative of Count Samuel Talaki's exploring . ^ Expressrifle, so I now returnedto camp, leaving the menwith the buffalo. I washurrying along, never doubting that the noise of the firingwould have scared awaj^ all the game, when all of a suddenthe head of a buffalo appeared amongst the rushes. I confessthat, remembering I was alone with but one charge in myrifle, I felt hot and cold all over. I hastened on, obeyingnecessity rather than my own wishes, and passed the bufFalo,who stood still with proudly reared crest. How eagerly Ilistened to every sou

. Discovery of Lakes Rudolf and Stefanie : a narrative of Count Samuel Talaki's exploring . ^ Expressrifle, so I now returnedto camp, leaving the menwith the buffalo. I washurrying along, never doubting that the noise of the firingwould have scared awaj^ all the game, when all of a suddenthe head of a buffalo appeared amongst the rushes. I confessthat, remembering I was alone with but one charge in myrifle, I felt hot and cold all over. I hastened on, obeyingnecessity rather than my own wishes, and passed the bufFalo,who stood still with proudly reared crest. How eagerly Ilistened to every sou Stock Photo
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. Discovery of Lakes Rudolf and Stefanie : a narrative of Count Samuel Talaki's exploring . ^ Expressrifle, so I now returnedto camp, leaving the menwith the buffalo. I washurrying along, never doubting that the noise of the firingwould have scared awaj^ all the game, when all of a suddenthe head of a buffalo appeared amongst the rushes. I confessthat, remembering I was alone with but one charge in myrifle, I felt hot and cold all over. I hastened on, obeyingnecessity rather than my own wishes, and passed the bufFalo,who stood still with proudly reared crest. How eagerly Ilistened to every sound which might tell that he was about tocharge, for it was quite beyond my power to look the terriblebeast in the face, and now he was behind me, and the moments.

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