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1 Cook, Coppoc, Copeland, and Green (a black), were hanged at Charlestown a fortnight after Brown--December 16th; Stevens and Hazlitt were likewise hanged on the 16th of March following. The confederates of Brown, who succeeded in making their escape, were Owen Brown, Barclay Coppoc, Charles P. Tidd, Francis Jackson Merriam, and Osborne P. Anderson, a colored man.
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