Contributed by Gigimo
Description: Thirty-Three Negroes Decamped.
Date: September 7 1860
Newspaper published in: Macon, GA.
We learn that thirty-three negroes belonging to Mrs. CHAMBLISS, whose plantation is a mile or two from the city, left the field yesterday where they were at work and made for the woods. This is a very unusual season for negroes to run away. It is, doubtless, the doings of some vile abolition emissary. (Montgomery Mail, 4th inst.)
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