London: Frank Cass, 1971.
Third Edition. Hardcover. Good+ in Good+ dust jacket. Item #15178
Pen UNDERLINING, light cock, owner's signature, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket edgeworn with small chips and tears, light rub, 1" peel near spine tail, wear. Solid hardcover. ; Facsimile reprint of memoir of Methodist missionary in East Africa, with new introduction. "Highly personal account of New's 1863-1872 expedition to East Africa, written "to give as accurate a view of a portion of Africa and its peoples, and of pioneer missionary work, as possible." The author, an English Methodist missionary, recounts his 1871 ascent of Mount Kilamanjaro as well as his visits to Gallaland, the Taita plains, Lake Jibe, Taveta, Moshi and Chaggaland. There are also numerous references to slavery and to the slave trade." - Thomas P Ofcansky; British East Africa 1856-1963: An Annotated Bibliography; 2118. ; Missionary Researches and Travels; Vol. 16; 530 pages.