March 7, 96-
* had very little personal knowledge of the Underground railroad. The only number to which 1 could
give any reply would be (4)
When I was in Lane Semiaary-somewhere from 1832-
1834- (exact dates are gone from me) x went one night,
dark & cloudy with *rof. C«£» Stowe, in a covered wagon,
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with a fugitive slave- to the house of (I think) a Mr.
Grayjj&^in Ohio- but where It was, * cannot tell. He
was j^ojaj^t£r_ R.- In this particular
Instance our mission was a success, & the girl escaped to
Canada as we afterwards heard.
1 remember to have heard that the man, Graves, if
that was the name, suffered afterward for his good deeds-
Was arrested, convicted, imprisoned, and impoverished.
But x cannot speak with definiteness. He was one
of the martyrs of Liberty, whose deeds are written in
the book Johnson in the hand of him that sat on the throne
on which none in heaven or on earth could so much as look.