Quotes from “King Solomon's Mines” by Henry Rider Haggard

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Chapter 1 I Meet Sir Henry Curtis
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Berea, near Durban, where I am now writing. Thence
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Scragga, son of Twala,
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once king of the Kukuana people. This youth is Scragga."
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Infadoos, son of Kafa
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old Impala ram who
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Sitanda's Kraal, near the Lukanga River
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Inyati, the outlying trading station in the Matabele country
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Sitanda's Kraal, near the junction of the Lukanga and Kalukwe Rivers
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was Cetewayo's man in the Nkomabakosi Regiment, serving there under the great Captain, Umslopogaasi of the Axe
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Lukanga River, a moon's journey beyond the Manica country
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was one of Lord Chelmsford's guides in that unlucky Zulu War
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Ventvoegel, or "windbird," and one a little Zulu named Khiva
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Goza and Tom
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sheer kloofs cut in the hills by the
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run up from the Cape to Durban
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thought allowable to take in a greenhorn
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Isanusi or witch doctoress up in the Manica
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Suliman Mountains up to the north-west of the Mushakulumbwe
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koodoo and eland in what is now the Lydenburg district of the Transvaal.
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