THE KENTUCKY SLAVE STAMPEDE.––The Western papers las night bring nothing further with regard to the runaway slaves. The Louisville Journal, speaking of the leader of the movement, says:
Patrick Doyle, the fellow who aided the negroes in the neighborhood of Lexington to escape, is undoubtedly a scamp of the first water. He was arrested in this city a few weeks ago for attempting to sell some free negroes that he had induced to accompany him from Cincinnati. For want of bail, he was committed to our work-house, from which he made his escape. Nothing had been heard of him since his escape, until the news of his apprehension and imprisonment at Lexington reached here.
"The Kentucky Slave Stampede," Baltimore (MD) Sun, August 19, 1848, p.1.