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    Naturevolume 43pages9092 (1890) | Download Citation



    AT the meeting of the Royal Geographical Society on Monday evening, Lieutenant E. A. Maund read a paper on Matabele and Mashona Lands. Mr. Maund was with Sir Charles Warren in South Africa in 1885, when he traversed and reported on Matabeleland. Since then he has spent much time in the country, accompanying Lobengula's two envoys to England about two years ago. He has thus had exceptional opportunities of observing both country and people, and moreover has had access to the official reports of Colonel Pennefather, the leader of the Pioneer Expedition into Mashonaland. After some introductory remarks, Mr. Maund proceeded to give a description of the country:—

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