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, slave of Robert Young, Charles co., Md.; Lewis, slave of George B. Wilson, Norfolk; Henry, Geo. W. Owen, Dorchester, Md.; John, slave of John Wayland, Howard co., Md.; Charles, slave of Captain Arnold, Colburn, Md.; Frank, slave of Alfred Oden, Pike co., Mo.; John, slave of Jim Leighter, Dorchester, Md.; Sam, slave of Robert Tung, Charles co., Md.; Andrew, slave of William Gordon, Marion co., Mo.; George, slave of John Ronsells, Rowell, Mo.; John, slave of Seth M. Wayland, Worcester, Md.; Ephraim, slave of John Hammond, Howard, Md.; John, slave of Mrs. Ward, Marion, Mo.; Willis, slave of L. Vaughan, Hanover, Va.; Charles, slave of John Ayres, Ronsells, Mo.; Peter, slave of R. L. Gordon, Orange, Va.; Isaac, slave of Dr. Shaw, St. Mary's, Md.; John, slave of Thos. Deralbis, Frederick, Md.; John, slave of Wm. Boesy, St. George, Md.; Lewis, slave of W. Wedington, Frederick, Md.; George, slave of W. Wall, Prince George, Md.; James, slave of Dr. Pike, Charles co., Md.; Charles, slave of A
Good Advice. Mr. Gilmore, at the conclusion of the account of the interview of Jacques and himself with the President, states: that finding their mission fruitless, Colonel Jacques solemnly said: "Ephraim is joined to his idols; let him alone." That is all we ask. Let us alone. It has been our watchword from the beginning. We recommend it to the Chicago Convention and the Northern people.