Nine negroes captured in Virginia

 Captured Negroes.  — The Hardy, (Va.) Whig of the 19th instant gives a detailed account of the capture of nine negroes who ran off from the county on the 7th instant.  Two were taken on the Virginia side of the Potomac, and the other seven sixteen miles beyond the Pennsylvania line.  They were entrapped by a boy of fourteen years, whom they asked for bread.  He took them to his father’s cellar, and shut them in.

                                            (Liberator, Oct 10, 1851, pg 3)