Unformatted text preview: much expedition and bravery, as by four a'Clock the same day to come up with them and killed and took so many as put a stop to any further mischief at that time, forty four of them have been killed and Executed; some few yet remain concealed in the Woods expecting the same fate, seem desperate. .. It was the Opinion of His Majesty's Council with several other Gentlemen that one of the most effectual means that could be used at present to prevent such desertion of our Negroes is to encourage some Indians by a suitable reward to pursue and if possible to bring back the Deserters, and while the Indians are thus employed they would be in the way ready to intercept others that might attempt to follow and I have sent for the Chiefs of the Chickasaws living at New Windsor and the Catawbaw Indians for that purpose. .. My Lords, Your Lordships Most Obedient and Most Humble Servant Wm Bull ©2007 W. W. Norton & Company...
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- Fall '11
- Stono Rebellion, Mutiny, Freedom History Center, Stono Rebellion Report, Lieutenant Governor William Bull