Nitpick: once again we see a pretty odd casting choice by the fact that Vic Tayback plays a Huron chief in this episode.
Daniel (to Onatha): The river makes a mighty chilly bed.
Ruth (to Daniel): Remarkable meeting an acquaintance in these parts.
Daniel: Mr. Ruth, I don't buy and sell people.
Ruth: So you're one of these sentimentalists who don't believe in slavery, huh?
Daniel: I don't know that I'm sentimental about it. I just don't believe in it.
Daniel: So you're a professional slave catcher. You told me you were a hunter.
Ruth: Yes, a manhunter.
Daniel (to Ruth): We're a long way from civilization. There's only one thing that's gonna prevail and it's not arguin'.
Nimrod (after scaring away the Hurons): It's better they hadn't seen us at all but as long as they have it's better they think we are devils.
Ruth: So this is Nimrod's route. Straight into the haunted land of the Hurons.
Church: Nimrod's probably the one that haunts it.
Daniel: I think maybe we're being followed but not by Hurons.
Mingo: You mean John Ruth and Millard Church.
Ruth: You're a fool, Boone. Those are slaves not people. They don't feel about things the way you would.
Daniel: They feel the same way. You have to want freedom pretty bad to walk all the way to Canada half naked and barefooted.
Naomi: You a long ways from your people?
Mingo: In this condition about a thousand miles.
Nimrod: I'm the one that almost killed Mingo. I'm stayin' by until he's well.
Daniel: Think they've stopped runnin' yet?
Nimrod: No, and I don't blame 'em either.
Daniel: Nimrod, you're on your way.
Nimrod: Yeah, on our way to freedom.