Then, a south-east course will take me to Chicumbi's, on the Luapula.
Close by where he struck it, was its outlet, the Lualaba, here known as Luapula.
The land's end running south of Masantu's village is the entrance to the Luapula: the clearest eye cannot see across it there.
The bottom is mud, though sandy at the east shore: it has no communication with the Luapula.
He explored the Luapula, the headwaters of the Congo, and opened up a new world to civilization.
Monteiro went nowhere and did nothing, but some of his attendants went over to the Luapula, some six miles distant.
Without entering the lake the Chambezi mingles its waters in the swamp with those of the Luapula.
It was only water—the same as Luapula, Mofwé, and Moero; nothing to be seen.
On crossing the Luapula, I shall go direct west to the copper-mines of Katanga.
A few minutes afterwards he said slowly, and evidently wandering, "Is this the Luapula?"