Project Bibliography

Livingstone’s Missionary Travels Manuscript (1857)

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This page offers an integrated bibliography of the texts cited in the present critical edition..

Primary Texts    Top

Anon. 1857. A Narrative of Dr Livingston’s Discoveries in South-Central Africa from 1849 to 1856. London: Routledge.

Colonial Intelligencer, or, Aborigines' Friend. 1847-66. London.

Livingstone, David. 1843. Letter to Arthur Tidman. 30 Oct. 1843. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 26. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1845. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 22 Sept. 1845. CWM/LMS/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-08. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1846a. Letter to Arthur Tidman. 10, 12 Apr. 1846. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 38. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1846b. Letter to Benjamin T. Pyne. 28 May 1846. 7329 05. Wellcome Library, London

Livingstone, David. 1846c. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 8 Sept. 1846. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-12. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1847. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 29 Sept. 1847. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-16. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1849a. Letter to Arthur Tidman. 26 May 1849. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 46. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1849b. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 18 Jan. 1849. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-21. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1849c. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 31 Jan. 1849. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-21A. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1850a. Letter to Arthur Tidman. 24 Aug. 1850. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 51. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1850b. Letter to Robert Moffat I. 8, 18, 31 July, 1 Aug. 1850. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-26. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1851a. Letter to Arthur Tidman. 30 Apr. 1851. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 55. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1851b. Letter to Parents and Sisters. Oct., 14. Nov 1851. MS. 10701, ff. 69-74. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1852. Letter to William Thompson. 30 Sept. 1852. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 68. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1852-53. Essay on the Eighth Frontier War and the Xhosa Chief Sandile. LI 1/1/1. National Archives of Zimbabwe.

Livingstone, David. 1853. Map of Loanda. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 83. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1856. Letter to Robert Moffat. 17 Aug. 1856. CWM/LMS/Africa/Odds - Livingstone, Box 4-44. School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1857a. Copy of Letter to Joseph B. Braithwaite. 4 Apr. 1857. MS. 10769. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857b. Fragment of Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part III). Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 023. Brenthurst Library, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Livingstone, David. 1857c. Fragment of Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part III). Jan.-Oct. 1857. 834. David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857d. Fragment of Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part III). Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 20312, f. 198. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857e. Letter to Anthony H. Hoskins. 5 Jan. 1857. 7329 08. Wellcome Library, London.

Livingstone, David. 1857f. Letter to Frank Vardon. 8 Apr. 1857. MS. 20312, ff. 28-29. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857g. Letter to John Murray III. 1 Mar.-30 July 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 70-71. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857h. Letter to John Murray III. 24 Mar. 1857. CWM/LMS/Livingstone Wooden Box, item 105B. University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, London.

Livingstone, David. 1857i. Letter to John Murray III. 27 Mar. 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 8-9. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857j. Letter to John Murray III. 30 Mar. 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 10-11. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857k. Letter to John Murray III. 6 Apr. 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 12-15. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857l. Letter to John Murray III. 28 Apr. 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 20-21. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857m. Letter to John Murray III. 29 Apr. 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 22-24. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857n. Letter to John Murray III. 4, 11, or 18 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 27-28. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857o. Letter to John Murray III. 22 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 29-32. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857p. Letter to John Murray III. 26 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 33-36. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857q. Letter to John Murray III. 30 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 37-40. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857r. Letter to John Murray III. 30 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 41-44. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857s. Letter to John Murray III. 31 May 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 45-48. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857t. Letter to John Murray III. 17 June 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 51-56. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857u. Letter to John Murray III. 6 July 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 61-62. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857v. Letter to John Murray III. 11 July 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 63-64. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857w. Letter to John Murray III. 4 Aug 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 72-73. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857x. Letter to John Murray III. 13 Oct 1857. MS. 42420, ff. 81-82. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857y. Letter to Joseph D. Hooker 11 July 1857. English Letters, 1865-1900, 92, f. 126. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Library, London.

Livingstone, David. 1857z. Letter to Joseph D. Hooker 28 July 1857. English Letters, 1865-1900, 92, f. 126. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Library, London.

Livingstone, David. 1857aa. Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa. London: John Murray.

Livingstone, David. 1857bb. Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part I). Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 42428. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857cc. Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part II). Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 42429. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857dd. Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa (Part III). Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 10702. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1857ee. Signed Copy of Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa. 26 Oct. 1857. 6506. Brenthurst Library, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Livingstone, David. 1857ff. Suppressed Preface to Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa. Jan.-Oct. 1857. MS. 42427, 1-3. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Livingstone, David. 1974a. Essay on the South African Boers and Slavery. 1853. In David Livingstone: South African Papers 1849-1853, edited by Isaac Schapera, 70-95. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society.

Livingstone, David. 1974b. Essay on the “Peace Makers of the Interior of South Africa” (i). 1849. In David Livingstone: South African Papers 1849–1853, edited by Isaac Schapera, 6-15. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society.

Livingstone, David. 1974c. Essay on the “Peace Makers of the Interior of South Africa” (ii). 1849. In David Livingstone: South African Papers 1849–1853, edited by Isaac Schapera, 6-15. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society.

Livingstone, David, and Charles Livingstone. 1865. Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries. London: John Murray.

Moffat, Robert. 1842. Missionary Labours and Scenes in Southern Africa. London: John Snow.

Murray III, John. 1846-1858. Letter Book. 13 Mar. 1846-27 Apr. 1858. MS. 41912. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Murray III, John. 1846-1876. Copies Ledger E. 1846-1876. MS. 42730. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Murray III, John. 1853-1857. Copies Day Book. July 1853-June 1857. MS. 42899. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Murray III, John. 1857-1861. Copies Day Book. July 1857-Sept 1861. MS. 42900. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Shaw, Norton, ed. 1859. “Names of Individuals to whom the Royal Premium has been Awarded.” Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 29: lii-liv.

Smuts, J. C. 1930. Africa and Some World Problems. Oxford: Clarendon.

 

Literary, Historical, and Cultural Sources    Top

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Blaikie, William Garden. 1881. The Personal Life of David Livingstone. Second edition. London: John Murray.

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