that seemed likely to wreck the vessel.
The mob had robbed Mr. Hopper
of his money and clothing.
He had no comfortable garments to shield him from the severe cold, and his hands and feet were frozen.
At last, he arrived at Providence
, and went on board the steamer Benjamin Franklin
, bound for New-York
There he had the good fortune to meet with a colored waiter, whose father had been redeemed from slavery by Friend Hopper
He was assiduously devoted to the son of his benefactor, and did everything in his power to alleviate his distressed condition.
When the traveller arrived at his home, he was so haggard and worn down with danger and fatigue, that his family scarcely recognized him. His father was much excited and deeply affected, when he heard what perils he had gone through merely on account of his name.
He soon after addressed the following letter to the mayor of Savannah