New York Times, “More Fugitive Slaves,” May 14, 1852

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    “More Fugitive Slaves,” New York Times, May 14, 1852, p 1: 3. 
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    Michael M. Geduldig, Dickinson College
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    More Fugitive Slaves.

    Rochester, Thursday, May 13.

    Warrants have been issued to-day for the arrest of several fugitive slaves in this city. Three slaves are known to have been in the city yesterday, but they are believed to have taken a sudden departure by the underground railroad, and there is little prospect of any arrest of either of the parties for whom warrants have been issued.

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