Fugitive Slaves Legal Status Laws Etc : The captive's quest for freedom : fugitive slaves, the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law, and the politics of slavery / R.J.M. Blackett, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee.; Blackett, R. J. M.,
Fugitive Slaves Legal Status Laws Etc Kentucky : Trial of Rev. John B. Mahan, for felony [electronic resource] : in the Mason Circuit Court of Kentucky, commencing on Tuesday, the 13th, and terminating on Monday, the 19th of November, 1838 / reported by Joseph B. Reid and Henry R. Reeder.; Mahan, John B.
Fugitive Slaves Louisiana Biography : The narrative of John Williams, a Negro : showing how he made his escape from New Orleans, in America, and came to England, where he learned that the Black man has many kind and sympathising friends, and where he was instructed in the saving truths of Christianity.; Williams, John,
Fugitive Slaves Massachusetts Boston : Address of the committee appointed by a public meeting held at Faneuil Hall, September 24, 1846, for the purpose of considering the recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to prevent the recurrence of similar outrages : with an appendix.
Fugitive Slaves Virginia Biography : Slave life in Virginia and Kentucky, or, Fifty years of slavery in the Southern States of America / by Francis Fedric, an escaped slave ; with preface by Charles Lee.; Fedric, Francis.
Fugitives From The Law England Early Works To 1800 : By the Lords Justices, a proclamation. Tho. Cantuar. Sunderland, Romney, Orford. Whereas we have received information, : that several bills of credit issued out of the exchequer ... have been forged and counterfeited by altering the sums therein contained, ...; England and Wales.
Fugitives Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation, for apprehending William Mackintosh, commonly called Brigadier Mackintosh, Charles Wogan, James Talbot, Robert Hepburne, William Delmahoy, Alexander Delmahoy, John Tasker, and John Mackintosh..; Great Britain.