They can be kept, however, at Loanda (see Livingstone's 'Travels,' p. 407).
He had not been to Loanda, so he had never seen the sea before.
All this region, however, has no means of transport to Loanda other than the shoulders of the carriers and slaves over a footpath.
I was notified at the time of their transit that our money in Loanda was all used up.
In the Geographical Society, his journey to Loanda, of which he sent them an account, excited the liveliest interest.
He knew that Loanda, second only in importance to MWanga, was among the slain.
At this stage the loss of a skilled leader like Loanda made itself felt among his followers.
Portugal ordered for Loanda a set of street lamps from England.
With very little delay they fell into divers disasters, and Andrew became a prisoner in the hands of the Portuguese at Loanda.
Stanley gave his poor followers eight days' rest at Kabinda and then in a Portuguese vessel proceeded to Loanda.