Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Frederick, in Maryland” in chapter 1.1, section c.1.1.1, page 8 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...y Rebel Troop, as it was called, on John's Island. He was brought in to me as a prisoner of war. He was a light mulatto, who described himself as the son of a slave freed by the Barnes family, near Frederick, in Maryland . He was General Gilmer's cook, was purveying for the general's table on Morris's Island, and had got lost on the Wadmalaw. He was an exceedingly plausible fellow, and after a close and searching ...

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