"Three gen teeling raaids," belonging to Mrs. Gen. Taylor ofNewport, Ky-, recenily jfciesed through Oberlin, on a tour lo the Norih. Mrs. Tay lor had such an onxiety for their welfare, that ehe offered some hundred dollars to any one who would give infortnation of thcip whereabouts, that she might take cara of them. The ladies, on their part, were not wanting in affection to Mra Taylor, but while at Oberlin, they expressed great anxiety reepecting her and her family- did not' know how the pÃ¶or creatures would take care of themaelves, ns they did not know enough to cook their own food: but they hnd done their dnty, and could not serve any longer- itÃºkout pay. When eettled rti a land of frecdom "the genteel waiting maids' ntend to manifest their offection for Rlrs. T. by sending her a letter of condoleoce, instruction and reproof.
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