UGRR Elijah Anderson papers names abolitionists
The Negro Stealing- Stealing- Ptfeacller. There was a congregation disappoiBtetl by the absencs of its pastor at Madison on Sab bath, the reverend divine, one Anderson, whose arrest we mentioned in the Courier yesterday having been taken past the field of his minister ial labors to CarroIIton. There he will doubtless find as hot a place as he ever described to th e awe struck vision of his sinning auditors. Among the documents found in Anderson's possession was an abundance of the peculiar yellow paper used for free passes, by the fugitives fugitives recently captured at Bedford, Indiana. He also had letters and recommendations, commending commending him to the confidence and sympathy of all friends of human liberty. Of his special patrons the following appear to be prominent: J. W. Donohue, Cincinnati. S. G. Stephens, Madison. W. H. Thomas, a member of tho Wisconsin Conferjnce of the Methodist Church at Baraboo, Wis. E. H. Labin, Grrencastle, Ind. J. W. Sullivan, Connersville, Ind.