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Like millions of my race, my mother and father were born slaves, but were not contented to live and die so. My father purchased himself in early manhood by hard toil. Mother saw no way for herself and children to escape the horrors of bondage but by flight. Bravely, with her four little ones, with firm faith in God and an ardent desire to be free, she forsook the prison-house, and succeeded, through the aid of my father, to reach a free State. Here life had to be begun anew. The old familiar slave names had to be changed, and others, for prudential reasons, had to be found. This was not hard work. However, hardly months had passed ere the keen scent of the slave-hunters had trailed them to where they had fancied themselves secure. In those days all power was in the hands of the oppressor, and the capture of a slave mother and her children was attended with no great difficulty other than the crushing of freedom in the breast of the victims. Without judge or jury, all were hurried back to wear the yoke again. But back this mother was resolved never to stay. She only wanted another opportunity to again strike for freedom. In a few months after being carried back, with only two of her little ones, she took her heart in her hand and her babes in her arms, and this trial was a success. Freedom was gained, although not without the sad loss of her two older children, whom she had to leave behind. Mother and father were again reunited in freedom, while two of their little boys were in slavery. What to do for them other than weep and pray, were questions unanswerable. For over forty years the mother's heart never knew what it was to be free from anxiety about her lost boys. But no tidings came in answer to her many prayers, until one of them, to the great astonishment of his relatives, turned up in Philadelphia, nearly fifty years of age, seeking his long-lost parents. Being directed to the Anti-Slavery Office for instructions as to the best plan to adopt to find out the whereabouts of his parents, fortunately he fell into the hands of his own brother, the writer, whom he had never heard of before, much less seen or known. And here began revelations connected with this marvellous coincidence, which influenced me, for years previous to Emancipation, to preserve the matter found in the pages of this humble volume.
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PREFACE TO REVISED EDITION.

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD LETTERS.

WILLIAM PEEL, ALIAS WILLIAM BOX PEEL JONES.

DEATH OF ROMULUS HALL—NEW NAME GEORGE WEEMS.

JAMES MERCER, WM. H. GILLIAM, AND JOHN CLAYTON. STOWED AWAY IN A HOT BERTH.

CLARISSA DAVIS. ARRIVED DRESSED IN MALE ATTIRE.

ANTHONY BLOW, ALIAS HENRY LEVISON.

PERRY JOHNSON, OF ELKTON, MARYLAND. EYE KNOCKED OUT, ETC.

ISAAC FORMAN, WILLIAM DAVIS, AND WILLIS REDICK. HEARTS FULL OF JOY FOR FREEDOM—VERY ANXIOUS FOR WIVES IN SLAVERY.

JOSEPH HENRY CAMP. THE AUCTION BLOCK IS DEFEATED AND A SLAVE TRADER LOSES FOURTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS.

SHERIDAN FORD. SECRETED IN THE WOODS—ESCAPES IN A STEAMER.

JOSEPH KNEELAND, ALIAS JOSEPH HULSON.

EX-PRESIDENT TYLER'S HOUSEHOLD LOSES AN ARISTOCRATIC "ARTICLE."

EDWARD MORGAN, HENRY JOHNSON, JAMES AND STEPHEN BUTLER.

HENRY PREDO. BROKE JAIL, JUMPED OUT OF THE WINDOW AND MADE HIS ESCAPE.

DANIEL HUGHES.

THOMAS ELLIOTT.

MARY EPPS, ALIAS EMMA BROWN—JOSEPH AND ROBERT ROBINSON.

GEORGE SOLOMON, DANIEL NEALL, BENJAMIN R. FLETCHER AND MARIA DORSEY.

HENRY BOX BROWN. ARRIVED BY ADAMS' EXPRESS.

TRIAL OF THE EMANCIPATORS OF COL. J.H. WHEELER'S SLAVES, JANE JOHNSON AND HER TWO LITTLE BOYS.

THE ARRIVALS OF A SINGLE MONTH. SIXTY PASSENGERS CAME IN ONE MONTH—TWENTY-EIGHT IN ONE ARRIVAL—GREAT PANIC AND INDIGNATION MEETING—INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE FROM MASTERS AND FUGITIVES.

A SLAVE GIRL'S NARRATIVE.

ARRIVAL OF JACKSON, ISAAC AND EDMONDSON TURNER FROM PETERSBURG. TOUCHING SCENE ON MEETING THEIR OLD BLIND FATHER AT THE U.G.R.R. DEPOT.

ROBERT BROWN, ALIAS THOMAS JONES. CROSSING THE RIVER ON HORSEBACK IN THE NIGHT.

ANTHONY LONEY, ALIAS WILLIAM ARMSTEAD.

CORNELIUS SCOTT.

SAMUEL WILLIAMS, ALIAS JOHN WILLIAMS.

BARNABY GRIGBY, ALIAS JOHN BOYER, AND MARY ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE; FRANK WANZER, ALIAS ROBERT SCOTT; EMILY FOSTER, ALIAS ANN WOOD. (TWO OTHERS WHO STARTED WITH THEM WERE CAPTURED.)

WILLIAM JORDON, ALIAS WILLIAM PRICE

JOSEPH GRANT AND JOHN SPEAKS. TWO PASSENGERS ON THE UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD, VIA LIVERPOOL.

WILLIAM N. TAYLOR.

LOUISA BROWN.

JACOB WATERS AND ALFRED GOULDEN.

ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE.

SEVERAL ARRIVALS FROM DIFFERENT PLACES.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND. JEREMIAH W. SMITH AND WIFE JULIA.

EIGHT ARRIVALS:

CHARLES THOMPSON, CARRIER OF "THE NATIONAL AMERICAN," OFF FOR CANADA.

BLOOD FLOWED FREELY.

JOHN PETTIFOOT.

EMANUEL T. WHITE.

THE ESCAPE OF A CHILD FOURTEEN MONTHS OLD.

ESCAPE OF A YOUNG SLAVE MOTHER. LEFT HER LITTLE BABY-BOY, LITTLE GIRL AND HUSBAND BEHIND.

SAMUEL W. JOHNSON. ARRIVAL FROM THE "DAILY DISPATCH" OFFICE.

FAMILY FROM BALTIMORE.

ELIJAH HILTON. FROM RICHMOND.

SOLOMON BROWN. ARRIVED PER CITY OF RICHMOND.

WILLIAM HOGG, ALIAS JOHN SMITH. TRAVELER FROM MARYLAND.

TWO FEMALE PASSENGERS FEOM MARYLAND.

CAPTAIN F. AND THE MAYOR OF NORFOLK. TWENTY-ONE PASSENGERS SECRETED IN A BOAT. NOVEMBER, 1855.

ARRIVALS FROM DIFFERENT PLACES.

"FLEEING GIRL OF FIFTEEN," IN MALE ATTIRE.

FIVE YEARS AND ONE MONTH SECRETED.

FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE.

"SAM," "ISAAC," "PERRY," "CHARLES," AND "GREEN."

FROM RICHMOND AND NORFOLK, VA.

FOUR ARRIVALS.

FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE, NORTH CAROLINA, WASHINGTON, D.C., AND SOUTH CAROLINA.

CHARLES GILBERT.

LIBERTY OR DEATH.

SALT-WATER FUGITIVE.

SAMUEL GREEN ALIAS WESLEY KINNARD, AUGUST 28th, 1854. TEN YEARS IN THE PENITENTIARY FOR HAVING A COPY OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.

AN IRISH GIRL'S DEVOTION TO FREEDOM.

"SAM" NIXON ALIAS DR. THOMAS BAYNE.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS

HEAVY REWARD.

SLAVE TRADER HALL IS FOILED.

THE PROTECTION OF SLAVE PROPERTY IN VIRGINIA.

ESCAPING IN A CHEST.

ISAAC WILLIAMS, HENRY BANKS, AND KIT NICKLESS. MONTHS IN A CAVE,—SHOT BY SLAVE-HUNTERS.

SEPTEMBER 28, 1856. ARRIVAL OF FIVE FROM THE EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS, ABOUT AUGUST 1ST, 1855.

DEEP FURROWS ON THE BACK. THOMAS MADDEN.

"PETE MATTHEWS," ALIAS SAMUEL SPARROWS. "I MIGHT AS WELL BE IN THE PENITENTIARY, &C."

"MOSES" ARRIVES WITH SIX PASSENGERS.

ESCAPED FROM "A WORTHLESS SOT." JOHN ATKINSON.

WILLIAM BUTCHER, ALIAS WILLIAM T. MITCHELL. "HE WAS ABUSEFUL."

"WHITE ENOUGH TO PASS."

ESCAPING WITH MASTER'S CARRIAGES AND HORSES. HARRIET SHEPHARD, AND HER FIVE CHILDREN, WITH FIVE OTHER PASSENGERS.

EIGHT AND A HALF MONTHS SECRETED. WASHINGTON SOMLOR, ALIAS JAMES MOORE.

ARTHUR FOWLER, ALIAS BENJAMIN JOHNSON.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS ABOUT JANUARY FIRST, 1855.

SLAVE-HOLDER IN MARYLAND WITH THREE COLORED WIVES. JAMES GRIFFIN ALIAS THOMAS BROWN.

CAPTAIN F. ARRIVES WITH NINE PASSENGERS.

OWEN AND OTHO TAYLOR'S FLIGHT WITH HORSES, ETC. THREE BROTHERS, TWO OF THEM WITH WIVES AND CHILDREN.

HEAVY REWARD.

CAPTAIN F. ARRIVES WITH FOURTEEN "PRIME ARTICLES" ON BOARD.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS—LATTER PART OF DECEMBER, 1855, AND BEGINNING OF JANUARY, 1856.

PART OF THE ARRIVALS IN DECEMBER, 1855.

THE FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL OF 1850. "AN ACT RESPECTING FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE, AND PERSONS ESCAPING FROM THE SERVICE OF THEIR MASTERS."

THE SLAVE-HUNTING TRAGEDY IN LANCASTER COUNTY, IN SEPTEMBER, 1851. "TREASON AT CHRISTIANA."

WILLIAM AND ELLEN CRAFT. FEMALE SLAVE IN MALE ATTIRE, FLEEING AS A PLANTER, WITH HER HUSBAND AS HER BODY SERVANT.

ARRIVALS FROM RICHMOND. LEWIS COBB AND NANCY BRISTER.

PASSENGERS FROM NORTH CAROLINA. [BY SCHOONER.]

THOMAS CLINTON, SAUNEY PRY AND BENJAMIN DUCKET. PASSED OVER THE U.G.R.R., IN THE FALL OF 1856.

ARRIVALS IN APRIL, 1856.

FIVE FROM GEORGETOWN CROSS ROADS. MOTHER AND CHILD FROM NORFOLK, VA., ETC.

PASSENGERS FROM MARYLAND, 1857. WILLIAM HENRY MOODY, BELINDA BIVANS, ETC.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND.

ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D.C., etc., 1857. GEORGE CARROLL, RANDOLPH BRANSON, JOHN CLAGART, AND WILLIAM ROYAN.

ARRIVAL FROM UNIONVILLE, 1857. ISRAEL TODD, AND BAZIL ALDRIDGE.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1857. ORDEE LEE, AND RICHARD J. BOOCE.

ARRIVAL FROM CAMBRIDGE, 1857.

BENJAMIN ROSS, AND HIS WIFE HARRIET. FLED FROM CAROLINE COUNTY, EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND, JUNE, 1857.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1857. WILLIAM JACKSON.

ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1857. JOHN WRIGHT AND WIFE, ELIZABETH ANN, AND CHARLES CONNOR.

ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA, 1857. OSCAR D. BALL, AND MONTGOMERY GRAHAM.

THE ACTING COMMITTEE

ARRIVAL FROM UNIONVILLE, 1857. CAROLINE ALDRIDGE AND JOHN WOOD.

ARRIVAL FROM NEW ORLEANS, 1857. JAMES CONNER, SHOT IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE BODY.

ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. HARRISON CARY.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1857. JOE ELLIS.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. CHRISTOPHER GREEN AND WIFE, ANN MARIA, AND SON NATHAN.

ARRIVAL FROM GEORGETOWN CROSS-ROADS, 1857. LEEDS WRIGHT AND ABRAM TILISON.

ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA. WILLIAM TRIPLETT AND THOMAS HARPER.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. HARRY WISE.

ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA. ABRAM WOODERS.

ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. GEORGE JOHNSON, THOMAS AND ADAM SMITH.

FOUR ABLE-BODIED "ARTICLES" IN ONE ARRIVAL, 1857. EDWARD, AND JOSEPH HAINES, THOMAS HARRIS, AND JAMES SHELDON.

ARRIVAL FROM ARLINGTON, MD. 1857. JOHN ALEXANDER BUTLER, WILLIAM HENRY HIPKINS, JOHN HENRY MOORE AND GEORGE HILL.

FIVE PASSENGERS, 1857. ELIZA JANE JOHNSON, HARRIET STEWART, AND HER DAUGHTER MARY ELIZA, WILLIAM COLE, AND HANSON HALL.

ARRIVAL FROM HOWARD CO., MD., 1857. BILL COLE AND HANSON.

ARRIVAL FROM PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MD. "JIM BELLE."

ARRIVAL FROM RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY, 1857. PASCAL QUANTENCE.

ARRIVAL FROM NORTH CAROLINA, 1857. HARRY GRIMES, GEORGE UPSHER, AND EDWARD LEWIS.

ALFRED HOLLON, GEORGE AND CHARLES N. RODGERS.

ARRIVAL FROM KENT COUNTY, 1857. SAMUEL BENTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, JAMES HENRY, AND SAMUEL TURNER.

ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE COUNTY, 1857. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS.

MARY COOPER AND MOSES ARMSTEAD, 1857.

ARRIVAL FROM NEAR WASHINGTON, D.C. JOHN JOHNSON AND LAWRENCE THORNTON.

HON. L. McLANE'S PROPERTY, SOON AFTER HIS DEATH, TRAVELS viâ THE UNDERGROUND RAIL ROAD.—WILLIAM KNIGHT, ESQ., LOSES A SUPERIOR "ARTICLE." JIM SCOTT, TOM PENNINGTON, SAM SCOTT, BILL SCOTT, ABE BACON, AND JACK WELLS.

ARRIVAL FROM HARFORD CO., 1857. JOHN MYERS.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1857. WILLIAM LEE, SUSAN JANE BOILE AND AMARIAN LUCRETIA RISTER.

ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA. 1857. WILLIAM CARNEY AND ANDREW ALLEN.

ARRIVAL FROM HOOPESVILLE, MD., 1857. JAMES CAIN, "GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON," AND ANNA PERRY.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858. GEORGE RUSSELL AND JAMES HENRY THOMPSON.

ARRIVAL FROM QUEEN ANN COUNTY, 1858. CATHARINE JONES AND SON HENRY, ETNA ELIZABETH DAUPHUS, AND GEORGE NELSON WASHINGTON.

ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE. ELIJAH BISHOP AND WILLIAM WILLIAMSON.

ARRIVAL FROM DUNWOODY COUNTY, 1858. DARIUS HARRIS.

ARRIVED FROM ALEXANDRIA, VA., 1857. TOWNSEND DERRIX.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858. EDWARD CARROLL.

ARRIVAL FROM PETERSBURG, 1858. JAMES MASON.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. ROBERT CARR.

ARRIVAL OF A PARTY OF SIX, 1858. PLYMOUTH CANNON, HORATIO WILKINSON, LEMUEL MITCHELL, JOSIAH MITCHELL, GEORGE HENRY BALLARD, AND JOHN MITCHELL.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858. EBENEZER ALLISON.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858. JOHN THOMPSON CARR, ANN MOUNTAIN AND CHILD, AND WILLIAM BOWLER.

ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE, 1858. ROBERTA TAYLOR.

ARRIVAL FROM HIGHTSTOWN, 1858. ROBERT THOMPSON (A PREACHER).

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858. ALFRED S. THORNTON.

ARRIVAL FROM BELLEAIR. JULIUS SMITH, WIFE MARY, AND BOY JAMES, HENRY AND EDWARD SMITH, AND JACK CHRISTY.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858. JOHN WESLEY COMBASH, JACOB TAYLOR, AND THOMAS EDWARD SKINNER.

ARRIVAL FROM NEW MARKET, 1858. ELIJAH SHAW.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858. MARY FRANCES MELVIN, ELIZA HENDERSON, AND NANCY GRANTHAM.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858. ORLANDO J. HUNT.

ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK, VA., 1858. WILLIAM MACKEY.

ARRIVAL FROM NEAR BALTIMORE, 1858. HENRY TUCKER.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858. PETER NELSON. (RESEMBLED AN IRISHMAN.)

ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, 1858. MARY JONES AND SUSAN BELL.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1858. WILLIAM CARPENTER.

ARRIVAL FROM THE OLD DOMINION. NINE VERY FINE "ARTICLES." LEW JONES, OSCAR PAYNE, MOSE WOOD, DAVE DIGGS, JACK, HEN, AND BILL DADE, AND JOE BALL.

ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858. GEORGE LAWS AND COMRADE—TIED AND HOISTED WITH BLOCK AND TACKLE, TO BE COWHIDED.

ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858. JOHN WEEMS, ALIAS JACK HERRING.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1858. RUTH HARPER, GEORGE ROBINSON, PRISCILLA GARDENER, AND JOSHUA JOHN ANDERSON.

ARRIVAL FROM NORTH CAROLINA AND DELAWARE. "DICK BEESLY",MURRAY YOUNG AND CHARLES ANDREW BOLDEN.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. JOHN JANNEY, TALBOT JOHNSON, SAM GROSS, PETER GROSS, JAMES HENRY JACKSON, AND SAM SMITH.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. BIRTH-DAY PRESENT FROM THOMAS GARRETT.

ARRIVAL FROM THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1858. REBECCA JACKSON AND DAUGHTER, AND ROBERT SHORTER.

ARRIVAL FROM HONEY BROOK TOWNSHIP, 1858. FRANK CAMPBELL.

ARRIVAL FROM ALEXANDRIA, VA., 1858. RICHARD BAYNE, CARTER DOWLING AND BENJAMIN TAYLOR.

ARRIVAL FROM THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. HANSON WILLIAMS, NACE SHAW, GUSTA YOUNG, AND DANIEL M'NORTON SMITH.

CROSSING THE BAY IN A SKIFF. WILLIAM THOMAS COPE, JOHN BOICE GREY, HENRY BOICE AND ISAAC WHITE.

ARRIVAL FROM KENT COUNTY, MD., 1858. ASBURY IRWIN, EPHRAIM ENNIS, AND LYDIA ANN JOHNS.

ARRIVAL FROM WASHINGTON, 1858. JOSEPHINE ROBINSON.

ARRIVAL FROM CECIL COUNTY, 1858. ROBERT JOHNS AND HIS WIFE "SUE ANN."

ARRIVAL FROM GEORGETOWN, D.C., 1858. PERRY CLEXTON, JIM BANKS AND CHARLES NOLE.

ARRIVAL FROM SUSSEX COUNTY, 1858. JACOB BLOCKSON, GEORGE ALLIGOOD, JIM ALLIGOOD, AND GEORGE LEWIS.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS IN 1859.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859. CORNELIUS HENRY JOHNSON. FACE CANADA-WARD FOR YEARS.

ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1858. THEOPHILUS COLLINS, ANDREW JACKSON BOYCE, HANDY BURTON AND ROBERT JACKSON. A DESPERATE, BLOODY STRUGGLE—GUN, KNIFE AND FIRE SHOVEL, USED BY AN INFURIATED MASTER.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859. STEPNEY BROWN.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859. JIM KELL, CHARLES HEATH, WILLIAM CARLISLE, CHARLES RINGGOLD, THOMAS MAXWELL, AND SAMUEL SMITH.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS, 1859. JOHN EDWARD LEE, JOHN HILLIS, CHARLES ROSS, JAMES RYAN, WILLIAM JOHNSTON, EDWARD WOOD, CORNELIUS FULLER AND HIS WIFE HARRIET, JOHN PINKET, ANSAL CANNON, AND JAMES BROWN.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859. JAMES BROWN.

ARRIVAL FROM DELAWARE, 1859. EDWARD, JOHN, AND CHARLES HALL.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1859. JAMES TAYLOR, ALBERT GROSS, AND JOHN GRINAGE.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND (1859) AND OTHER PLACES.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859. HENRY JONES AND TURNER FOSTER.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. TWO YOUNG MOTHERS, EACH WITH BABES IN THEIR ARMS—ANNA ELIZABETH YOUNG AND SARAH JANE BELL—WHIPPED TILL THE BLOOD FLOWED.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, VIRGINIA, AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. JOHN WESLEY SMITH, ROBERT MURRAY, SUSAN STEWART, AND JOSEPHINE SMITH.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA. HENRY FIELDS, CHARLES RINGGOLD, WILLIAM RINGGOLD, ISAAC NEWTON AND JOSEPH THOMAS.

ARRIVAL FROM SEAFORD, 1859. ROBERT BELL AND TWO OTHERS.

ARRIVAL FROM TAPPS' NECK, MD., 1859. LEWIS WILSON, JOHN WATERS, ALFRED EDWARDS AND WILLIAM QUINN.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1859. ANN MARIA JACKSON AND HER SEVEN CHILDREN—MARY ANN, WILLIAM HENRY, FRANCES SABRINA, WILHELMINA, JOHN EDWIN, EBENEZER THOMAS, AND WILLIAM ALBERT.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND DELAWARE. LEWIS LEE, ENOCH DAVIS, JOHN BROWN, THOMAS EDWARD DIXON, AND WILLIAM OLIVER.

ARRIVAL FROM DIFFERENT POINTS. JACOB BROWN, JAMES HARRIS, BENJAMIN PINEY, JOHN SMITH, ANDREW JACKSON, WILLIAM HUGHES, WESLEY WILLIAMS, ROSANNA JOHNSON, JOHN SMALLWOOD, AND HENRY TOWNSEND.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860. WILLIAM CHION AND HIS WIFE, EMMA, EVAN GRAFF, AND FOUR OTHERS.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1860. JENNY BUCHANAN. A KIND MASTER; JENNY CHASTISED ONE OF HIS SONS FOR AN INSULT, AND AS A PUNISHMENT SHE WAS SOLD—SEIZED FOR DEBT—SOLD A SECOND TIME.

ARRIVAL FROM BALTIMORE, 1860. WILLIAM BROWN, AND JAMES HENSON

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. PHILIP STANTON, RANDOLPH NICHOLS, AND THOMAS DOUGLASS.

ARRIVAL FROM FREDERICKSBURG, 1860. HENRY TUDLE AND WIFE, MARY WILLIAMS.

SUNDRY ARRIVALS FROM MARYLAND, 1860. SAM ARCHER, LEWIS PECK, DAVID EDWARDS, EDWARD CASTING, JOE HENRY, GEORGE AND ALBERT WHITE, JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, DAVID SNIVELY, AND HENRY DUNMORE.

CROSSING THE BAY IN A BATTEAU. SHARP CONTEST WITH PURSUERS ON WATER. FUGITIVES VICTORIOUS.

ARRIVAL FROM DORCHESTER CO., 1860. HARRIET TUBMAN'S LAST "TRIP" TO MARYLAND.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND, 1860. JERRY MILLS, AND WIFE, DIANA, SON, CORNELIUS, AND TWO DAUGHTERS, MARGARET, AND SUSAN.

TWELVE MONTHS IN THE WOODS, 1860. HENRY COTTON.

ARRIVAL FROM MARYLAND. WILLIAM PIERCE.

A SLAVE CATCHER CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP. GEORGE F. ALBERTI PERSONATED BY A MEMBER OF THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE—A LADY FRIGHTENED BY A PLACARD.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1858. HENRY LANGHORN alias WM. SCOTT.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND, 1859.

ARRIVAL FROM RICHMOND. JOHN WILLIAM DUNGY.—BROUGHT A PASS FROM EX. GOV. GREGORY.

"AUNT HANNAH MOORE."

KIDNAPPING OF RACHEL AND ELIZABETH PARKER—MURDER OF JOSEPH C. MILLER IN 1851 AND 1852.

ARRIVAL FROM VIRGINIA, 1854. TUCKER WHITE.

ARRIVAL FROM NORFOLK. MARY MILLBURN, alias LOUISA F. JONES, ESCAPED IN MALE ATTIRE.

ARRIVAL OF FIFTEEN FROM NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.

THE CASE OF EUPHEMIA WILLIAMS, CLAIMED AS A FUGITIVE SLAVE UNDER THE FUGITIVE SLAVE-LAW AFTER HAVING LIVED IN PENNSYLVANIA FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS.

HELPERS AND SYMPATHIZERS AT HOME AND ABROAD—INTERESTING LETTERS.

PAMPHLET, AND LETTERS FROM MRS. ANNA H. RICHARDSON, OF NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND. TO THE FRIENDS OF THE SLAVE.

PORTRAITS AND SKETCHES.

WHAT HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT IT

Brief Extracts from Letters to the Author by Prominent Men.

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD,

PEOPLE'S PUBLISHING CO.,

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