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hat this was a part of the war-powers granted by the Constitution. The Virginia home of John Minor Botts This beautiful old Virginia mansion was the abiding-place in Culpeper County of John MinJohn Minor Botts. The most conspicuous arrest made under the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus was that of this citizen, who had been prominent in the political life of Virginia for thirty years, havinases ex parte and report. General John A. Dix and Edwards Pierrepont examined the John minor Botts and his family—1863 A peaceful scene for Culpeper County, Virginia, whose fair acres were ploned with the blood of its sons, during the year 1863. The firm chin and close-set mouth of John Minor Botts stamp him a man of determination. He disbelieved in the right of secession and loudly procit of habeas corpus was not passed until February 27, 1862. It was a month after this when John Minor Botts was arrested. The President's authority to suspend the writ was extended on October 13, 18