In Darkest Africa. Or the Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin Governor of Equatoria.

This book,as far as I can make out,describes the exploits of Ermin Pasha,who was Governor of Equatoria or French Equatorial Africa,west of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.During the dark days of the struggle for control by Britain of the Sudan and Egypt.The request by Ermin Pasha to the British to rescue him and his country from being over run by Khurdish rebels,especialy after the death of General Gordon,in the struggle for British control in that area known as Darkest Africa.

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H/b in the original boards,corners bumped and badly edge-worn,spine ends bruised,and in a overall marked state.Size 8×5 pp XIII+685,inc,index,page maps,illustrated with some fine b/w pencil drawings,with diagrams in the text.Front hinge cracked.Binding dry but holding.This volume is in a rather dirty state with mass staining and foxing,with some damage here and there to some of the leaves.The results of being treated badly and incorrect storage.

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