time, and his men are the ones that acted so badly in the case of Mr. Rhodes, near Greensborough.
One of Mr. Rhodes's freedmen lurked in the Mr. Rhodes's freedmen lurked in the woods around his plantation, committing such depredations that finally he appealed to the garrison at Greensborough for protection.
The commaugh for trial.
With the assistance of some neighboring planters, Mr. Rhodes succeeded in making the arrest, late one evening.
He kept the cy of negroes marched to the village and informed the officer that Mr. Rhodes and his friends were making ready to kill their prisoner at midniission, they fired two shots into the house, one of which killed Mrs. Rhodes's brother.
They left her alone with the dead man, on a plantaties united in swearing that the Rhodes party had fired upon them.
Mr. Rhodes was carried to Augusta, and on the point of being hanged, when a here Miss Columbia's passion for her black paramour balked them.
Mr. Rhodes's life was saved, but his property was confiscated — when did a Y