New York Times, “Louisiana Legislature,” December 11, 1852

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    “Louisiana Legislature - Fugitive Slave,” New York Times, December 11, 1852, p. 1: 4.
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    Louisiana Legislature–Fugitive Slave.

    Baltimore, Friday, Dec. 10.

    Mr. F. A. LUMSDEN, so far favorably known as one of the editors of the New-Orleans Picayune, has been nominated for the State Senate.

    An absconding slave from Richmond, Va., was found on board the steamer Roanoke, at Norfolk, and sent back to his master.

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