A Stampede. The "Underground Railroad" would seem to be in excellent order. A company of 29 slaves from Kentucky reached here on Monday evening last, and were safely conveyed to the Canada side next morning. They were all hale young men and women, none of them over 35 years of age, for whose recapture we hear liberal offers are proclaimed. They traveled by wagons through Indiana, and reached here in good condition. They preferred to be their own property, and they deserved to be.
"A Stampede," Montpelier (VT) Vermont Watchman and State Journal, May 12, 1853, p. 2