Excerpt: ...a manner that I could not be seen by any one coming
out. I had been there but a short time, when the young man made his
appearance, and looked around for me. I, unobserved, came forth
from my hiding-place, behind a pile of brick, and he pretty soon
saw me and came up to me complaining bitterly, saying that I had
played a trick upon him. I denied any knowledge of what the note
contained, and asked him what they had done to him. He told me in
substance what I heard the man tell who had come out of the jail.
"Yes," said he, "they whipped me and took my dollar, and gave me
this note." He showed me the note which the jailer had given him,
telling him to give it to his master. I told him I would give him
fifty cents for it,
|Country of origin:
William Wells Brown
||246 x 189 x 1mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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