STANLEY'S COLLECTION OF PAMPHLETS
Stanley. The Banquet by the New York Herald Club: Speeches by the guest of the evening, by Dr. Livingstone's brother, the Earl of Caithness and Members of the Club. A Welcome to the African Explorer. Monday, November 25, 1872. [New York: 1872]. 8° (220 x 143mm). 17pp. [and:] Speech of Mr. H.M. Stanley at the Stanley Club in Paris October 19th, 1882: The Comte Savorgnan de Brazza and his pretensions, the last work of Mr. Stanley on the Congo, discovery of a new lake. London: J. Miles, 1882. 8° (211 x 130mm). 24pp; bound in one volume with 18 other pamphlets, offprints and extracts relating to Stanley, most 1890s, including two phrenological studies, also two presentation copies, contemporary brown half morocco, spine titled in gilt 'On H.M. Stanley. By various writers.'
ERNEST L. BENTLEY. Handbook to the Uganda Question and proposed East Africa Railway. London: Chapman and Hall, 1892. 8° (236 x 145mm). 62pp. Folding coloured map. [and:] George S. MACKENZIE. British East Africa: A paper read before the Royal Colonial Institute November 11, 1890. London: Spottiswoode, 1890. 8° (215 x 130mm). 47pp; bound in one volume with 24 other pamphlets, offprints and extracts, including two reports of proceeedings of the Imperial British East Africa Company, 18 May 1892 and 29 May 1893, brown half morocco uniform with the previous volume, titled on spine 'British East Africa, Uganda, the Mombasa Victoria Railway,' with H.M. Stanley's bookplate.
Together with 2 other uniformly-bound volumes, one a folio volume containing British Government reports on East Africa, published 1885-95, titled on spine 'Uganda, Mome-Victoria Railway, Cameroons, Suakin-Berber Railway, Capt. Lugard's Report, British East Africa,' the other containing a collection of over 20 'Miscellaneous' pamphlets and articles, 8° or smaller, including a presentation copy of Arcana in the Ruwenzori or Treasures in Uganda (London, 1892), Richard C. Ramshaw Reminiscences of East African Life and Advenure (Manchester, 1889), and Horace Waller Heligoland for Zanzibar: or One Island Full of Free Men for Two Full of Slaves (London, 1893), the last volume with H.M. Stanley's bookplate. (4)