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Stampede of negroes from King George county.

--The Fredericksburg Recorder of Saturday, says that some thirty slaves escaped from King George county on Sunday night week. They succeeded in getting a way by procuring the scow used at Washington's Ferry, and going either to the Maryland shore or to one of the enemy's ships in the river. The slaves belonged as follows: To H. G. Howland, 21; T. B. B. Baber 2; Tay oe Washington, 2; Nicholas Quisenberry, 3.

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