THE FORBES CORRESPONDENCE.
...He shows throughout a determination to "put money in his purse." He had his own plans and theories of "humanitarian" effort. He preferred taking stock in the Underground Railroad, and proposed the organization of a grand series of slave stampedes, extending from Delaware to Kansas. But he was not particular, and agreed with Brown to a modified plan of stampedes, accompanied with occasional enterprises at insurrection, such as Brown undertook at Harper's Ferry....
[Editor's Note: The majority of this article has been omitted from our transcription except for the portions directly mentioning the term "slave stampedes" or some variant.]
"The Forbes Correspondence," Washington (DC) National Era, November 3, 1859, p. 2