A couple of negroes belonging to Mr. J. W. Reynolds, of Boone County , Ky., made their exit from that gentleman's plantation on Friday night. Mr. R. followed them on Saturday, as soon as he discovered their flight, and traced them to Covington, were all further track of the fugitives was lost. They started from home with a couple of horses belonging to their master, both of which were found tied to a fence about two miles back of Covington.


National Anti-Slavery Standard, , August 9, 1856.