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Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
Pardoned. --Governor Letcher on Saturday pardoned and released from the Penitentiary, a man named John Brown, who was sent up for two years by the Circuit Court of Norfolk county, for passing counterfeit money.--Brown had served out the greater portion of his time.
John Brown (search for this): article 17
Pardoned. --Governor Letcher on Saturday pardoned and released from the Penitentiary, a man named John Brown, who was sent up for two years by the Circuit Court of Norfolk county, for passing counterfeit money.--Brown had served out the greater portion of his time. Pardoned. --Governor Letcher on Saturday pardoned and released from the Penitentiary, a man named John Brown, who was sent up for two years by the Circuit Court of Norfolk county, for passing counterfeit money.--Brown had served out the greater portion of his time.
John Letcher (search for this): article 17
Pardoned. --Governor Letcher on Saturday pardoned and released from the Penitentiary, a man named John Brown, who was sent up for two years by the Circuit Court of Norfolk county, for passing counterfeit money.--Brown had served out the greater portion of his time.