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Daniel H. Peterson
The Looking-Glass: Being a True Report and Narrative of the Life, Travels, and Labors of the Rev. Daniel H. Peterson, a Colored Clergyman; Embracing a Period of Time from the Year 1812 to 1854, and Including His Visit to Western Africa.
New-York: Wright, 1854.
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A Lady teaching her little brother and the Author, prior to the latter redeeming his mother, who remains with the lady. The author goes to his new home, carrying with him obedience, truth, honesty, willing at all times to receive good instruction, by which means he was treated as one of the family, and wanted for nothing.
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The Author attending in a gentleman's family.

The Author as a Steward on the Delaware.
The cabins were always clean and in good order; due respect paid to
the owners and officers; and every attention to all passengers.

Connection of the Author with the Church.
"One thing I desire, that I may dwell in the house of the Lord
for ever."

Marriage and Settlement of the Rev. D. H. Peterson.
"The first noble gift unto man. So let us ever remember the vow, and keep the covenant forever in view."

Rev. D. H. Peterson in the Pulpit.
"All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth; go ye, therefore, and teach all nations."
"And, lo! I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world."

Rev. D. H. Peterson embarking for Western Africa on board the
barque Isla de Cuba, Capt. Miller.

View of the Natives and Scenery in Western Africa.

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