Stampede.––A regular stampede of negroes was made from this neighborhood on Saturday night last. They were ten in number. They took with them three horses and a double carriages belonging to Ed. Ringgold's estate, and a carriage belonging to John Greenwood. They were all valuable negroes, and it is to be hoped will be recovered; up to the present time, however, nothing has been been heard of them.––Charlestown, Md. News, Sept. 20.
"Stampede," Boston (MA) Liberator, October 5,1855, p. 3