them in the Report of our Expedition, the labor of which he
has kindly assumed.
After what is written in the context, if I am still asked
what I think of Africa for a colored man to live and do well
In, I simply answer, that with as good prospects in America
as colored men generally, I have determined, with my wife
and children, to go to Africa to live, leaving the inquirer to
interpret the reply for himself. R. C.