Here at Tamatave a fireplace or heating stove in a house are unknown appendages.
Tamatave, the chief town of Madagascar, on a bay on the E. coast.
The view of Tamatave from the ship was not prepossessing, and my walk through the city to the hotel was not inspiring.
He was very sorry, but said if I could find any one going to Tamatave who would carry a Bible back to me, he would send one.
The distance from the capital to Tamatave was nearly two hundred miles.
The one native who showed honesty and courage in successfully opposing them at Tamatave the French subsequently executed.
Since the treaty of Tamatave, March 17, 1886, the country has been under the protectorate of France.
Sunday morning; once more on the way; one more stop, and then to Tamatave, our destination.
He soon appeared with pleasant greetings and recollections of Tamatave incidents.
The roadstead before Tamatave offers a good anchorage, except when the wind is from the north or east.