PARALELNI PREVOD
Srpski Engleski

Dotle je doktor prosxirio grlo omotacya isekavsxi prosto rukavce balona i kroz ventil ispustio zaostali vodonik. Onda je pod otvor podmetnuo naramak suve trave i zapalio ga. Balon se zacyas naduva vrelim vazduhom jer se na temperaturi od [180] stepeni {Celzijusa} vazduh razredi u polovinu svoje prvobitne tezxine. Zato i {Viktorija} pocye naglo da se zaoblxava i {Viktorija} se vidno sxirila.

It takes but a little while to inflate a balloon with hot air. A head of one hundred and eighty degrees is sufficient to diminish the weight of the air it contains to the extent of one-half, by rarefying it. Thus, the Victoria quickly began to assume a more rounded form. There was no lack of grass; the fire was kept in full blast by the doctor's assiduous efforts, and the balloon grew fuller every instant.

Doktor {Ferguson} i nxegov verni {Dyo} ostali su onakvi kakve smo ih upoznali. Ipak se medxu nxima nesxto promenilo, nesxto cyega ni sami nisu bili svesni.

The doctor and his devoted Joe remained the same men that we have known them, excepting that one change took place at their own suggestion.

{Semjuel}{Ferguson} je posxao na put s namerom da tacyno utvrdi geografska otkricxa {Barta}, {Bertona}, {Speka} i drugih istrazxivacya. Uskoro cxemo imati prilike da proverimo nxegova zapazxanxa u tom ogromnom pojasu, a koji se protezxe izmedxu cyetrnaestog i [trideset] i trecxeg stepena geografske duzxine, a zahvalxujucxi sadasxnxim pohodima {Speka} i {Granta}, {Hojglina} i {Mincingera} koji se penxu ka izvorima {Nila} ili zalaze u sredinu {Afrike}.

The first result of Dr. Ferguson's expedition was to establish, in the most precise manner, the facts and geographical surveys reported by Messrs. Barth, Burton, Speke, and others. Thanks to the still more recent expeditions of Messrs. Speke and Grant, De Heuglin and Muntzinger, who have been ascending to the sources of the Nile, and penetrating to the centre of Africa, we shall be enabled ere long to verify, in turn, the discoveries of Dr. Ferguson in that vast region comprised between the fourteenth and thirty-third degrees of east longitude.