Raleigh (NC) Register, “Brown’s Virginia Counsel,” November 9, 1859

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    “Brown’s Virginia Counsel,” Raleigh (NC) Register, November 9, 1859, p. 1: 5.
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    BROWN'S VIRGINIA COUNSEL.-Lawson Botts, the counsel for Brown and his confederates, a correspondent says, is a son of the late General Thos. H. Botts of Virginia, and nephew of John M. Botts and the Princess Catharine D. Murat, of Florida. His mother is a grand niece of General Washington. Mr. Botts is said to be a young lawyer who relies on his profession for subsistence, and a man of good ability and spotless character.

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