STAMPEDE.––A regular stampede of negroes was made from this neighborhood on Saturday night the 15 inst. They were ten in number––two belonged to the estate of the late Edward Ringgold; two women and two children to Col. Ricaud; two men to Jos. Ringgold, one to John S. Cosntable, and one to Henry A. Porter. They took with them three horses and a double carriage belonging to Edward Ringgold's estate, and a carriage belonging to John Greenwood.––Chestertown (Md.) News.
"Stampede," Pittsburgh (PA) Gazette, September 28, 1855, p. 1