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The Fighting Missionary
The hero of the Battle of Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington, described Dr. David Livingstone as "The fighting parson."
The Friend of Africa
Jacob Wainwright, who had been rescued from slavery by Dr. Livingstone, described him as: "The friend of the African."
American journalist and explorer, Henry Morton Stanley, described Dr. Livingstone as: "A truly pious man - a man deeply imbued with real religious instincts. His religion… is of the true, practical kind, never losing a chance to manifest itself in a quiet, practical way - never demonstrative or loud. It is always at work, if not in deed, by shining example."