we will now hurriedly pass, in order that we may the sooner come to those gigantic cameras — Harper's Ferry, and the Jail of Charlestown-- in which, for forty days, every line and lineament of the oldd Ellen Sherboudy, July, 1847.
Owen Brown, November 4, 1824, Hudson, Ohio; he escaped from Harper's Ferry.
Frederick Brown, (1st,) January 9, 1827, Richmond, Pennsylvania; died March 31, 1831.
R October 7, 1835, Franklin, Ohio; married Isabella M. Thompson, September, 1856;--wounded at Harper's Ferry, October 17, while bearing a flag of truce; died October 19, 1859.
Salmon Brown, October 2 Brown, March 9, 1839, Franklin, Ohio; married Martha E. Brewster, April 17, 1858; killed at Harper's Ferry, October 17, 1859.
Peter Brown, December 7, 1840, Hudson, Ohio; died September 22, 1843. rty of Virginia gentlemen murdered in cold blood. writes a sister-in-law, talked of going to Harper's Ferry, his wife begged of him not to go, telling him that she was afraid he would be murdered: he