All this was well stated by Mr. bibb, of Kentucky, in a speech on these French claims upon the bill of the present year.
bibb kept a watchful eye on slave-catchers coming to the Canadian border and occasionally reported their presence in his paper.
bibb sprang for the fence and gained the top of it, where he was seized and dragged back.
bibb mentions two runaways from North Carolina who were 101 days reaching Canada.
While we were talking a rebel Captain came in, who, I suppose, was a relative of bibb.
bibb's career in slavery is told in his narrative published in New York in 1849.
Very few men present in their written composition, so perfect a transcript of their style as is exhibited by Mr. bibb.
bibb notes that practically every buyer asked him if he could read or write and if he had ever run away.
Mr. bibb's Anti-slavery efforts in this State have produced incalculable benefit.
For attending without leave a religious meeting on a neighboring plantation bibb was ordered to receive five hundred lashes.