Louisville (KY) Journal, "Freight on the Underground Railroad," January 21, 1854

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    "Freight on the Underground Railroad," Louisville (KY) Journal, January 21, 1854, p. 3: 2.
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    Detroit (MI) Free Democrat
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    Louisville Daily Journal
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    Michael Blake
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    Freight on the Underground Railroad. - Since our last report we have received at this depot 21 persons, all within the last ten days. First came two men from Missouri; then 13 from Covington Ky., five of whom escaped from the Mayor of that city; then came four from Kentucky; then two more up to this date. The Christmas Holidays will bring us another fine lot. - Since the above was written we have had the pleasure of taking by the hand a fugitive, from Louisville, Ky., who had made money enough to buy himself, but came to the hasty conclusion, just a few hours before he started, not to part with his money in that way, but rather to spend it in Canada for a farm. - Detroit Free Dem., 14th.

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