Up to last night about forty of the runaway negroes had been apprehended. They are starving out in the hills of Bracken, and were compelled to come in to the settlements and give up. Several were lodged in jail in this city yesterday on suspicion of a design to run off. Fowler who was shot by the negroes in Harrison was still alive at our last dates from the theatre of action.
Lexington (KY) Atlas, August 10, 1848