ng, and heard some one remark casually, Old Osawatomie Brown has got himself into a tight place at lgton, and many were the threats of prosecuting Brown's previous friends and supporters.
There was his; it rather looked as if, having befriended Brown's plans so far as we understood them, it was ommoned as witnesses, can explain the whole of Brown's plot.
Their names are Francis B. Sanborn, omunication was written during the trial of Captain Brown, and a few days before his sentence, whicht, have thought it rather due to the memory of Brown.
I could at least have made it plain that anywas, of course, an immediate impulse to rescue Brown from prison.
I do not know how far this extenf.
The primary obstacle to it was that one of Brown's first acts, on meeting a Northern friend in l.
This barred the way effectually, for after Brown had taken that position he would have adhered of it, which was prefixed to Redpath's Life of Brown.
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