Black and White Savages
Noting the 'great perils' that David Livingstone must have encountered, suggests that these would be 'much exceeded' by the dangers of exploring the southern states of America. Observes that in Central Africa he was known to 'belong to the tribe that loves the black man', but that this appellation would 'draw on' attacks from 'American savages'.
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