Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court, Nov. 2, 1859, on receiving the sentence of death, for his heroic attempt at Harper's Ferry, to give deliverance to the captives, and to let the oppressed go free. :
(Mr. Brown, upon inquiry whether he had anything to say why sentence should not be pronounced upon him, in a clear, distinct voice, replied:) I have, may it please the court, a few words to say. ...
|Main Author:||Brown, John, 1800-1859.|
|Related Names:||Mead, Charles C. , printer.|
[Boston, Mass.] : Printed by C.C. Mead, 91 Washington Street, and for sale at the Liberator Office, 21 Cornhill, Boston, [1859?]
Brown, John, /
Trials (Treason) > Trials (Treason) / West Virginia > Trials (Treason) / West Virginia / Charles Town.
Abolitionists > Abolitionists / United States.
Antislavery movements > Antislavery movements / United States.
Slave insurrections > Slave insurrections / United States.
Slavery > Slavery / United States.
Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) > Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) / History > Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) / History / John Brown's Raid, 1859.
Text in two columns; printed area, including ruled border, measures 31.4 x 22.3 cm.
Facsimile signature at end: John Brown.
Parentheses substituted for square brackets in title transcription.
1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) ;
36 x 28 cm
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