Sanders of the River by Edgar Wallace Page 1 of 246

CHAPTER
I. THE EDUCATION OF THE KING
II. KEEPERS OF THE STONE
III. BOSAMBO OF MONROVIA
IV. THE DROWSY ONE
V. THE SPECIAL COMMISSIONER
VI. THE DANCING STONES
VII. THE FOREST OF HAPPY DREAMS
VIII. THE AKASAVAS
IX. THE WOOD OF DEVILS
X. THE LOVES OF M'LINO
XI. THE WITCH-DOCTOR
XII. THE LONELY ONE
XIII. THE SEER
THE LAST. DOGS OF WAR


CHAPTER I.

THE EDUCATION OF THE KING.

Mr. Commissioner Sanders had graduated to West Central Africa by such easy stages that he did not realise when his acquaintance with the back lands began.

Long before he was called upon by the British Government to keep a watchful eye upon some quarter of a million cannibal folk, who ten years before had regarded white men as we regard the unicorn; he had met the Basuto, the Zulu, the Fingo, the Pondo, Matabele, Mashona, Barotse, Hottentot, and Bechuana.

Then curiosity and interest took him westward and northward, and he met the Angola folk, then northward to the Congo, westward to the Masai, and finally, by way of the Pigmy people, he came to his own land.



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