A LEAF OF HISTORY
faithfulness and honesty. In 1858 he was living in Dorchester county, where he had previously been owned by a gens tlemen, whose family, are still living in that section and whose' names are well known. It was a period when all sorts of rumors were prevalent of a re - volt among the slaves, and the greatest care was taken not to allow any considerable considerable number of negroes to congregate together. Naturally.