on after sent to New-Orleans to be sold.
Mr. John P. Darg, a speculator in slaves, bought him; and amount of money really had been stolen from Mr. Darg, and that if he could recover it, he was willhe motive which he assigned for his conduct.
Mr. Darg declared that he had previously considered hi it prudent to have a previous interview with Mr. Darg, to obtain his written promise to manumit Thoew had been the impelling motive to exertion, Mr. Darg had two police-officers in an adjoining room they did not understand his motives.
He sued Mr. Darg for the promised reward of one thousand dollaonduct by some process.
In the second place, Mr. Darg had subjected Barney Corse to a great deal ofain at the North; but after an interview with Mr. Darg, he consented to return to the South with him Hughes consented to return to the South with Mr. Darg, it was with the full understanding that he w his last interview with Friend Hopper, in Mr., Darg's presence.
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