Henry Morton Stanley locates missing explorer and missionary, Dr. David Livingstone in Ujiji
Henry Morton Stanley meets David Livingstone
, near Lake Tanganyika, famously greeting him with the words, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?". To which he responded "Yes, and I feel thankful that I am here to welcome you." These famous words may be a fabrication, as Stanley has torn out the pages of this encounter in his diary. Even Livingstone's account of this encounter does not mention these words. However, the phrase appears in a New York Herald editorial dated 10 August 1872, and the Encyclopædia Britannica and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography both quote it without questioning its veracity. The words are famous because of their tongue-in-cheek humourous nature: Dr. Livingstone was the only white person for hundreds of miles.
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