Its Members—Necessity for Secrecy,
Affectionate Relations of Master aud Pupils,
Confidence and Friendship among Slaves,
Slavery the Inviter of Vengeance,
THE RUNAWAY PLOT.
New Year's Thoughts and Reflections,
Again hired by Freeland, ....
Still Devising Plans for gaining Freedom,
A Solemn Vow—Plan Divulged to the Slaves,
Arguments in its Support—The Scheme gains Favor, .
Danger of Discovery—Difficulty of Concealment, .
Skill of Slaveholders—Suspicion and Coercion,
Hymns with a Double Meaning,
Author's Confederates—His Influence over them,
Conflict of Hopes and Fears—Ignorance of Geography,
Survey of Imaginary Difficulties,
Effect upon our Minds, .
Sandy becomes a Dreamer,
Route to the North laid out—Objections Considered,
Frauds Practiced on Freemen—Passes Written, .
Anxieties as the Time drew near, . . .
Appeals to Comrades—A Presentiment,
The Betrayal Discovered, .
Manner of Arresting us, .
Resistance made by Henry Harris—Its Effects,
Unique Speech of Mrs. Freeland, .
Our Sad Procession to Easton,
Passes Eaten—The Examination at St. Michael's,
No Evidence Produced—Who was the Betrayer ?
Dragged behind Horses—The Jail a Relief,
A New set of Tormentors, .
Release of my Companions,
Author taken out of Prison and sent to Baltimore,
Nothing Lost by the Attempt to Run Away,
Reasons for sending the Author Away,
Unlooked for Clemency in Master Thomas,
Return to Baltimore—Change in Little Tommy,
Trials in Gardiner"s Ship Yard,
Desperate Fight with the White Apprentices,
Conflict between White and Black Labor,
Description of the Outrage, .
Conduct of Master Hugh, ....
Testimony of a Colored Man Nothing,
Spirit of Slavery in Baltimore,
Author's Condition Improves,