Safe in Canada
'On June 10th, ten slaves, belonging to Robert C. Todd, Col. James Taylor, R. Slaughter, Mrs. Mary Winston, and Dr. Parker, citizens of Newport, Ky ., made their escape from that place.'— Exchange.
We are truly happy to be able to inform Mr. Todd &Co. that the above refugees have arrived safely in Canada, and that they came by way of the Underground rail road. They are all well, and are likely to do well. They have only one thing to regret, and that is, that they had not known of the Underground rail road before, so that they might have bean in Canada long ago, working for themselves, and having their children educated.— Ibid.
The Liberator, August 19, 1853