GOING IT IN STYLE.––We learn from the Charlestown (Md.) News that a regular stampede of negroes was made from the neighborhood of that place on the night of the 15th ult. They were ten in number. They took with them three horses and two double carriages belonging to their owners. This is a rather stylish affair, and from the number leaving it is indicative of the strong tendency of colored emigration to Slickdom. 


"Going It In Style," Montgomery (AL) Weekly Advertiser, October 3, 1855, p. 2

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