We learn that the authorities of Harrison and Bracken counties have demanded all the runaway negroes that were apprehended in those counties, with a view to having them tried as principals or accessaries in the murder of Fowler, and that several of them left to day, in custody of persons duly authorized to demand and take them. We suppose that Doyle will be taken back there to be tried for murder, instead of being tried here for negro stealing. 


Lexington (KY) Atlas, August 14, 1848

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