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I AM BOOKED TO CANADA, EXPRESS, BY THE
I had been instructed by my friend to seek out
a certain coloured man, on my arrival at the town
in which I now was, and where there was a con¬
siderable settlement of Quakers. He had given
me a very precise description of the spot where his
house stood, and by what signs I should know it.
Accordingly I lost no time in seeking it, and soon
found it out. My new friend was at home, and
on my making myself known to him, w-hich I
did bv mentioning the name of our mutual
acquaintance, he knew what I wanted. He then
gave me directions to go to a certain house, which
he pointed out to me, where I should be in safety.
He could not accompany me, as that would have
been imprudent, and have exposed him to danger.
I made straight for the place, and, on being seen,
was instantly taken in.
Between nine and ten months had now elapsed
since I left De Cator Stevens', the whole of which