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Murchinson Falls, Uganda: View on the White Nile.
Crossing the Equatorial Line. A view of the naval ritual featuring Neptune, god of the seas.
Tercera, Azores: Panorama of the harbour of Angra and the Portuguese fort of San Sebastian, based upon Johann Theodore de Bry’s view of 1601
Chad: Begharmi. Lancer of the Sultan of Begharmi.
St. Croix, Canary Islands: View of St Croix with the peak of Teneriffe in the distance.
Ruwenzori mountains, Uganda: Discovered by Henry Stanley’s Expedition and thought to be Diogenes’s fabled Mountains of the Moon, the source of the Nile.
Zanzibar: View of the bay.
Tristan da Cunha: Tristan, Inaccessible, Gough and the Nightingale Islands.
Jamestown, St Helena: Panoramic view of the harbour with Commodore Perry’s steam frigate USS Mississippi in foreground.
Chad: Body Guard of the Sheikh of Bornou.
Ghertersher, Ethiopia: View of the Temple of Isis.
St. Helena: Panoramic view of the port controlled by the English East India Company from 1658 to 1815.
Tenerife, Canary Islands: Nine views to include a panorama of the peak, views of Santa Cruz, Anaga Point and a miniature map.
Portrait of Henry Morton Stanley and his porters outside of the British Agency in Zanzibar.
Abyssinian Expedition: Berbera, Somalia. View of the coast.
Funchal, Madeira: Panoramic view of Funchal, occupied by the British during the Napoleonic Wars, and returned to Portugal in 1814.
King Lake, Uganda: With the hills of Rubaga and Mengo.
St Croix and Tenerife, Canary Islands: Double view of the town and the peak.
Lake Victoria Nyanza, Uganda: View overlooking Owen Fall.
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania: View of the summit after Rev. New of Henry Stanley’s expedition.
Funchal, Madeira: View over the town and the Atlantic coast.
Madeira: US Steam Frigate Mississippi passing Punta Tristao.