ELMIRA, June 6th, 1860.
FRIEND WM. STILL: - All six came safe to this place. The two men came last night, about twelve o'clock; the man and woman stopped at the depot, and went east on the next train, about eighteen miles, and did not get back till to-night, so that the two men went this morning, and the four went this evening.
0, old master don't cry for me,
For I am going to Canada where colored men are free.
P. S. What is the news in the city? Will you tell me how many you have sent over to Canada? I would like to know. They all send their love to you. I have nothing new to tell you. We are all in good health. I see there is a law passed in Maryland not to set any slaves free. They bad better get the consent of the Underground Rail Road before they passed such a thing. Good night from your friend, JOHN W. JONES.