Dry Crossing of the Nile

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READERS who have followed the correspondence under this head1,2 may be interested to learn that the dry crossing, which is situated at a point some 10½ miles downstream of Nimule, is definitely reported by Mr. N. B. Watney, district commissioner, West Nile, to be breaking up3.

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    NATURE, 139, 961 (June 5, 1937).

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    NATURE, 139, 994 (June 12, 1937).

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    Uganda Journal, 4, No. 4, 350 (May 1937).

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WAYLAND, E. Dry Crossing of the Nile. Nature 140, 811 (1937). https://doi.org/10.1038/140811a0

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