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evening classes Land-travel in the Eighteenth Century Two Lectures Bruce- Ledyard Mungo Park The North American fur-trade-The Coppermine and Mac- kenzie Rivers-The Mississippi Valley-Hum- boldt-Alliance of Geography with the Physical Sciences Arctic Exploration Two Lectures The North-west Passage-Early Efforts for its Discovery-Renewal of Arctic Enterprise in the early part of the Nineteenth Century-Voyages of Ross Parry Beechey Back and others-The Franklin Expedition Discoveries of Maclure Maclintock Kane Hall &c -Results of Arctic Discovery African Travel Five Lectures I- II The Nile-Problem of the Nile Sources-The Egyptian Expeditions-Burton and Speke 1857-9 -Speke and Grant 1861-3 -Baker 1864-5 -The Victoria and Albert yanzas- -Present State of the Nile Problem The Sources of the Nile yet undiscovered III -IV The Zambesi-General Conditions of South African Travel-Livingstone-The Victoria Falls-Lake N'yassa and the Shire Valley-The Native Popu- lations of South Africa Central Africa-the Niger and Chad Basins- Barth- Vogel-Baikie The West Coast-Du Chaillu Australian Travel Four Lectures The Early Settlers in the Great South Land"- General Course of Australian Discovery-The Rivers of South-east Australia Basin of the Murray-The "Central Australian Expedition"- Leichardt-the North Australian Expedition-
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