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Umbogo (or the "Buffalo") was a highly intelligent fellow, and spoke good Arabic, as he had been constantly associated with the Arab slave-traders.
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Umbogo carried a musket, and was altogether a very important personage, although a slave.
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This man, Umbogo, declares that Abou Saood wrote to Suleiman, instructing him to wait until I should have passed on, and then to bring all his slaves to Fabbo.
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My wife tried to converse with him through the interpreter, Umbogo.
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This was the actual report that Abou Saood had given to Kabba Rega, as the dragoman Umbogo had been the interpreter, in the presence of Mohammed, my old Cairo dragoman.
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Umbogo, the interpreter, was now regularly installed in a hut within call of my tent.
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He had a very lovely wife, a Bahooma, who was a light brown colour, with beautiful Abyssinian eyes; she had been given to him by Kabba Rega, with whom he was a great favourite. Umbogo was very intelligent, and he took a great interest in all my plans for establishing free trade throughout the country: but he told me privately that he thought the idea would be opposed secretly by Kabba Rega, who would wish to monopolize all the ivory trade, in order to keep up the price, and to obtain the whole of the merchandise.
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He said that Mohammed, the Cairo dragoman, was several shades lighter since I had supplied him with soap; this was true, as he had been very filthy before my arrival; but Umbogo was persuaded that the difference between white and black people was caused by the fact of our ancestors having always used soap, while the blacks used only plain water.
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I was always chatting with Umbogo and the various chiefs, especially with my favourite, Kittakara, who was Kabba Rega's most confidential counsellor.
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Umbogo, the interpreter, declared that Abou Saood's companies would attack the government troops, should I insist upon the liberation of the slaves.
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The only women that I saw were two, one of whom was the pretty wife of Umbogo the dragoman.
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On the following morning, Umbogo, the dragoman, told me that the natives had been very much frightened at the rockets, as they said, "the Pacha was going to set the sky on fire.
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Mohammed, the dragoman, appeared, together with Umbogo.
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I told him that only himself together with four of his chiefs and the interpreter, Umbogo, could be permitted to enter.
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Umbogo belonged to this celebrated corps, and he informed me that hardly a night passed without some person being murdered by these people, who would always kill a man after dark, unless he yielded up his property without resistance.
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The great number of vultures that continually hovered over Masindi were proofs of Umbogo's story, as these birds generally denote the presence of carrion.
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I gave this packet to Umbogo, telling him that it was a present for Shooli, and begging him to despatch a messenger without delay to overtake the party before they should have crossed the Victoria Nile.
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These people were brought to me on 26th May, accompanied by Kittakara, together with Umbogo, the interpreter.
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My interpreter, Umbogo, was absent on leave for two days to visit his farm; thus Rahonka was accompanied by Kadji-Barri, who was well accustomed to us, and had often received presents.
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The interpreter, Umbogo, returned on 3rd June.
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Examples of Umbogo

Example #1
I had supplied him with clothes, and he looked quite respectable in a blue shirt belted round the waist, with a cartouche-pouch of leopard's skin, that had been given him by the people of the zareeba.
Example #2
This man was a confidential slave belonging to Kabba Rega, and formed one of his regiment.
Example #3
The long march of twenty-one miles, through forest, along a rough and narrow path, had delayed the carriers and the cattle.
Example #4
He was to summon all the people of Suleiman, and to disarm those who had run away from the colonel, Abd-el-Kader.
Example #5
He declared that Kabba Rega was impatient, and had sent three of Suleiman's people to deliver the message to me, but these rascals had passed on this morning direct to the zareeba of Suleiman, without communicating with us on the way.