Slave with musket Adams Sentinel 18 Dec 1832 Gettysbug, PA
-- c ^ o -4 Jamiary of U The Um-t,j s^tes Gazette narrates serious affray which look place or, r day, Dec. 6, in New-Jersey, a few below Camden. Doctor DAVIS, of de Grace, Maryland, who was in of three runaway negroes, found them a wood. Two of them fled, but the presented a musket, and several negroes and whiles, came io ihe aid slave. The Doctor was assailed and en with clubs, until he was supposed be dead. A friend of his. an who accompanied him. experienced The United Suites same treatment. zette adds ^ "^\fter some time the Doctor reached Camden, and made known die stale affairs. Many of the citizens, and some the military, volunteered to the number lift}-, to JTO with proper officers to the df the affray. On arriving jjiey found about twcnsy-fivc blacks armed. "and twenty-five others, colored and while. wiUi cluhs. Afler 501110 resistance. person considered die ri-.j'-J' ken : J:c -Â« :i s 5 J5-nuÂ«ht awa\ : prison ; ami we imderstiiuj pie of Camden \\-\\\ io-Â«3:sy proceed a-nj'ii Jo the place of attaok. and eu3Â»iV' reit die remainderÂ« j --" or fc.*-aJiant."