Author:John George Witt

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John George Witt
An established English barrister and supporter of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. Appointed in 1864 to succeed Henry Hotze as Editor of The Index, a pro-Confederate propaganda newspaper published in London.
John George Witt


  • The Mutual Influence of the Christian Doctrine and the School of Alexandria, 1862
  • Then and Now, 1897
  • Life in the Law, 1900
  • Three Villages

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