ANOTHER NEGRO STAMPEDE. A number of slaves escaped on horses from Bourbon county, Kentucky, on Sunday last. It is supposed that about twenty five fled. Some of them were recovered in the neighborhood of the Blue Licks, but more of them are still fugitives. A number of Kentucky officials were in the city yesterday in search of a squad of four, who are suspected of crossing the river opposite Fulton.
"Another Negro Stampede," Raleigh (NC) North Carolina Standard, November 24, 1852. p. 2.