Two brothers, colored, met in the streets of Cincinnati, last Sunday, after a separation of sixty years. Their names are Joshua and Solomon Collins. They were both formerly slaves in Fleming county, Virginia. Joshua bought his freedom in 1849, and re-moved to Cincinnati, where he has since resided. Solomon ran away from his master, then living in Ken-tucky, in 1837, and made his way safe-ly to Canada. The meeting was pure-ly accidental, and, of course, was en-joyed by the two old men. Joshua is eighty-two years old, and Solomon over sixty.
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