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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter
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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Patriotic action. (search)
A Lincolnite Adulterer killed. --We learn from a citizen of Chattanooga, that a noted Lincolnite, called 'Squire Brown, a man of property, residing rear Chattanooga, has been insulting the wives of several Confederate soldiers, who were absent in the army, and, on one occasion, whipped a lady whose charity would not yield to his solicitations. Her husband came home, and, hearing of his diabolical conduct, proceeded to his house, on Sunday last, and deliberately shot him. He died in half an hour forfeited his life for his villainy--Knoxville Register.