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When we hear that a Madi ruler, like Tak Farre whom Felkin visited, commands 5000 persotis lcside his own tribe, we are astonished at the magnitude of this .state. )' in time of war, and allies himself with his neighbours only when danger ihrcalcus, and for the extirpation of dangerous animals.

The priests, the regulation of ordeals, and the judges are at least as influential as the chiefs, who accordingly unite as many as possib U: of those functions in them- selves.

In 1874 Lenz wrote of the Okande country: "Guns and powder have made faster progress than travellers here in Africa, and I could almost believe that a man travelling north-cast from Okande would find tribes possessing firearms all the way to the Nile district." Eighteen years later this had been fulfilled, for D\ bo\ski found percussion-guns, said to be imported from Wadai, among the Waddas on the Upper L'bangi.

Stanley was highly pleased when he at last i Mard from the chief of Rubunga, above Stanley Falls, the name which the river bears among Europeans and in its lower course, " Ikutu ya Kongo." There too, four old Portuguese muskets, the first which he had seen in the hands of natives since leaving Nyangwe, indicated to him the limit of European influence. The most unique t;roup is found on the Kqualorial Nile and otj Liikc Albert ; large bows of small curvature, usually of a long oval or spindle-shaped section, having no notch or similar contrivance for the string, which is a strong thread of animal fibre, only exceptionally of bast, and cliaractcristically bound with lizard -skin and stri- without chiefs or frontiers. Family, Society, and State, chiefly in China ...... .-Vsiatic forms of Bclit'f and Systems of Kc-lipion ... Closer affinities with the west, as far as the Upper Congo, appear among the more westerly Nile negroes. Apart from them and probably long before them, great ethnographical distinctions grew up, based on natural conditions, large internal migrations, and the contrast, always ficance. European influences from the west, Soudanese from the north, have had their efl Tcct here.

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