“Those who wanted to stay around that part of Ohio could stay, but didn’t     many of ’em do it; because there was too much danger that you would be walking     along free one night, feel a hand over your mouth, and be back across the     river and in slavery again in the morning. And nobody in the world ever got     a chance to know as much misery as a slave that had escaped and been caught.     



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