Thomas Auld 3/1846

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Thomas Auld 3/1846 - Transfer or Frederick Douglass.?It iaaaid that...
Transfer or Frederick Douglass.?It iaaaid that Thomas Aull, who Inherited Frederick Douglass, hat transferred all his right und iltje In ihe said Freder? ick to his brother, liugb Auhl. This Hugh very foolish? ly permits himself to be angry at tbe aspersions cast upon hit tarmiy by DoOglas* in bis narrative, notwithstanding the defender of tho fstiillv. Thtmpsou. declares thai the book I* all a lie, and Douglass could never have written It. The present nwner.Hngh.Rvowa his intention to spare no expense or paius to recover his wandering chattel should be ever return from his tour lu Euiope, that he | may be placed ?n a cotton plantation at ihn South. We have two notions oo this matter ; tbo first it. that Freder? ick will be hard to catch, and the second, that if he is caught his captors will " catch a Tartar." [Nat, A. S. Standard.

Clipped from New-York Tribune09 Mar 1846, MonPage 4

New-York Tribune (New York, New York)09 Mar 1846, MonPage 4
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