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After the dance, I was visited by several natives who had known me in former years, among whom was my old guide, Gimoro, who had first led me to Unyoro.
Throughout the subsequent expedition, I could always rely upon the fidelity of these two men, Gimoro and Shooli.
The government would be thus represented by a most respectable and civilized officer, who would give confidence and protection to the country; as I concluded that the prestige of the Khedive would be sufficient to establish order among his subjects, by the representation of one of his officers and a detachment of 100 troops. I gave orders to Gimoro and Shooli to prepare carriers for the journey to Unyoro.
Wat-el-Ajoos, with the assistance of Shooli and Gimoro, had collected 200 carriers, all of whom had received each a cow.
Gimoro was prevented from accompanying us owing to a wounded foot.
I concealed this note in a packet of blue cloth, together with a few little presents for Shooli and Gimoro, at Fatiko; but I had written on the brown paper cover of the parcel, instructions that Eddrees or Mohammed, the dragoman, should search the contents, as a letter was hidden within.
My old friends, Gimoro and Shooli, were delighted to see us again.
The two good men, Shooli and Gimoro, who were daily visitors, assured me that there was only one feeling throughout the country, of gratitude and good-will.
I immediately sent for Shooli and Gimoro, whose village was only 700 yards distant, to whom I promised a reward of a cow, should they succeed in capturing the escaped felon.
Gimoro and Shooli, who were renowned hunters, were always with me when shooting.
Gimoro had been very unfortunate in losing his children when young, and I understood that the mortality was very great among all infants from two years old to five. I attribute this to the absurd custom of public night nurseries.
Shooli and Gimoro now came up with some of the natives, as they had heard the lioness roar, and feared some accident might have happened.
They held a meeting in Gimoro's village.
On the following day both Gimoro and Shooli arrived at my public divan looking rather dejected.
My fort at Fatiko was within call of two large villages-those of Gimoro and the sheik of the country: during my sojourn of seven months, I never heard a woman scream, neither was there any domestic or civil disturbance.
A prominent divorce case; a few Irish agrarian outrages; a trial in the ecclesiastical court of a refractory clergyman; the smash-up of a few public companies, with the profitable immunity of the directors; a lady burnt to death; a colliery explosion; several hundred railway accidents, which induced me to prefer walking; the Communists had half destroyed Paris; republican principles were fast spreading through England; the Gladstone ministry would last for ever; some babies had been poisoned, and the baby-farmer had been hanged; deceased wife's sisters were to marry their disconsolate brothers; England was to pay a tribute to America (for the freaks of the Alabama); drunkenness was on the increase; ladies were to become our physicians; &c. I was almost afraid to return home; but as I had some friends and relations that I wished to see again, I left my little paradise, Fatiko, and marched for Gondokoro, accompanied by my good natives, Shooli and Gimoro.
I parted with regret with my good men Shooli and Gimoro, to whom I gave some useful presents.

Examples of Gimoro

Example #1
Another excellent man named Shoeli now gave me all the intelligence of the country.
Example #2
In other countries that I had passed, the men were quite naked, while the women were more or less covered.
Example #3
After their departure to spread the good news far and wide, I had a long conversation with my old servant, Mohammed, who I knew would give me every information respecting the acts of Abou Saood and his people, as he had been among them in these parts for many years.
Example #4
At the same time I explained, that in about twenty days the contract entered into between Agad and Co. with the Soudan government would expire, and Abou Saood would be compelled to withdraw all his people from the country, which would then remain solely in the hands of the Khedive.
Example #5
An untoward occurrence had taken place shortly after our arrival at Fatiko.
Example #6
I arranged to leave a detachment of 100 men, under the command of Major Abdullah, to form a station adjoining that of Abou Saood in Fatiko, together with the heavier baggage and the greater portion of the ammunition.