We have formed a confederacy on the plateau, embracing all the region from the Ituri River to the nyanza.
Six miles off I had told the men to prepare to see the nyanza.
We have no boat now to communicate by lake, and you do not mention what has become of the steamers, the Khedive and nyanza.
When they saw the nyanza below them, many came to kiss my hands.
We came back from the nyanza to seek you who were so long lost to us.
The country at this point stretched before him in one vast plain, which some of the natives said extended clear to nyanza.
He hears of an Expedition close to the nyanza, and native exaggeration has magnified its means and numbers.
On descending to the nyanza plain, 2500 feet lower, we were again laid up with fierce attacks.
This ended the fight, and the enraged and baffled crowd vented their fury by shouting out, "Go and die in the nyanza."
A feature of it was the parachute-shaped acacia, which in the neighbourhood of the nyanza was the only tree visible.