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Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - July 4, 1851, Marshall, Michigan
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should never pass a month without paying homage to Centre he asked me about burning the depot Bridge at Niles i said i would do it if i could get the red twin oxen for part and asked if he thought pitch would let me have them he said Fitch would let you have anything even his if you will so into it Corwin said if i didst Burn the spot and Bridge he would i asked him Why it want As Well to Burn the depot at was employed by the Railroad they set me to work to discover if Possi who had burned the think t commenced for the company about the Middle of from that time lift the arrest i was with the some or All of them most of the first saw some of the defendants about Tho 25th after i was employed by the Farnham was the first had a conversation before i was employed by the with Fitch at his farm in Michigan Centre went there to talk with him at his saw Fitch atthe state fair and to sue o Iii Iii Whf a thru tested to me to come up and see about would show them Yankoe trick by Burn the said there had been several in a speculation in the Way of making some ing the d Thero wag b0me successful attempts rna Dejo commit de i went about is Tolk about Lay oct being a Railroad but they had he Middle of after some Conj were made to to prevent said to was getting up a machine which versa Ion about the i told Hia swearing against them blow up the track it was to place him i had t the Means to go into he Jackson As that was nearer Home he said they could attend to the Jackson depot they were preparing to give Detroit another depot was nearly built and they were going to use this in one place or the other the match corresponded with the one to me before it was very Simitar to the one handed to me to Burn the depot at Niles cant say that it was the same one think it was made of Whitewood the Small room is in the Southwest Corner of the had a conversation with Filley and he also exhibited the match he said when i was ready to go to Niles he would detain me but a few and would fix me up so that i Coutt go in Good saw Farnam when at jacks6n he Drew a tooth for me be said filch had told him i was going to assist in destroy ing the Road he thought from the experience i 1 had Learned to be a straight Man he said if Ifould Seta pattern in r Road he would make my wife a set of Teeth and charge nothing for but and said that when they i night apply it on Tho arrangement he were Pul on i rial Tor Putteti one of Teeth 16 bind the the pig in is following essay upon pigs shows useful that animal is to what amount of that cites Prosper spends upon his or rather his far it is Only after death that he be to be useful hat crocodiles were in what were in what storks in pigs Are in with this in sacredness of Acter lasts but As Long As their mor oil7 an this is abbreviated without and from the in life Tho pig is Hon ranges the streets he reposes in Iii Claros to walks Between your v or your own he is every respected but let the thread of existence be Shade of Omet 1 what a change i they think Lin Pinnau of nothing but making the t of How Many of thin kind Khz annually to Cement the vast pros by of the cannot be bout fifteen years ago when it con one fifth of its existing r bold Puou gators began to King the hams and sides of the Ani they made the rest look Small Bea occurred to one More acute than that the head and the spine and the vertebrae might be d to Trotters and Cheeks heir and these parts look in the about this time the Rof the sausages caught the Ippi i they found these luxuries Saleable 0 Many pigs were to be he butchers were willing to do it for no that is to for the perquisite entrails and offal e next step was due to the Genius a Frenchman established a and created a Market for bristles but his ingenuity was out by one of his who after this Man was de it seems to share the thinking nothing else collected hair or dried and i and stuffed Matr asses with be was mistaken in thinking nothing i As but Little was done with the they i out mistaken As the Nade a Fortune to the discoverer of who could 1 chemistry into the service of Mam he saw the blood of the countless i flow through the gutters of the City All that was left of but it to his heart to see it thrown sundered Long and then collecting the into made Prus site of from it by the the pig was used then said he me in the Way of raising the that i was As Well aware As he was that Tho Railroad was a curse to the Community that a number of them had league together to right the wrongs of the people there that they had damaged the company to considerable and they wished to carry it still further they were determined Taco tin be to injure them till they brought them to Ali or tie said that in order to do that they wanted to get one of the depots o i i to in Mauiu Piui tic re Uriu join y Lii i Tho Ann Kalo Miner came to him a Day or two before Mazoo or that they wanted somebody to do it who was shrewd and smart enough to do it and not get caught at and that if i had a mind to take it they could raise 820 for i told him it was a new matter to me but i was Vil Ling to engage in any thing that i could do with any Doreo of told me if i didst wish to do it i could get some one to do it for a and got the i told him 1 would Seo him again in a few and let him know what 1 thought of Fitch spoke of my having Beon in state prison expressed a Good Deal of sympathy for me thought 1 had been unjustly dealt by and unfairly convicted and sentenced said i was ruined any but that in going in Wilh them i would be put in Tho Way of getting an easy this conversation occur red at the House and darn mostly at the barn of arid lasted perhaps two hours think 1 did not stay to dinner i think there was allusion Mado to burning the depot in Detroit to said the depot had been burned and could be burned again saw him again within a the monday following i met him in Jackson on the Side walk had very conversation with him at that time told me the boys were going to be at Tho Centre the next Day and he wanted me to be there and Seo them i told him i would to did go the next Day it was Christmas Day i went to Fitch found the show ers and there were a Good Many there there was a shooting match that Day had u conversation with who asked to if i haunt talked with Fitch about Railroad matters told him i had he asked to what 1 would do told him 1 didst know but i would accept Fitch proposition that i thought i would Burn at he had his portion of the Money ready think to Sahl the burning of the depot at Detroit Cost nun but that hrs should have to pay Sornia More to positions were a Magazine of powder under tha Jack Freeland proposed to hang him and have conductors to to the on a tree till he died Corwin proposed to so that Whon Tho locomotive passed Over Send some one after him to and it at it would go off and blow Tho fill his pockets with counter foil Money and passengers All to hell it was in his office have him arrested Williams said to had Bascoms to had been dining he said a plan which he thought would be sue if i would come again some time he Wod Cess Ful he said you know i was the show it to and would go Down to Tho Means of having the train thrown off Contr with track at although i was at Home i with fit into meet him in do end in bed we can swear he did troit met him next Day opposite Newber they each stated what they would testify Rys after some conversation to Corwin said that he would testify that he spoke about burning the Railroad buil dings Here he said he had seen and wanted him to help him to Tho Gay had offered to Burn it the depot pro track at the Williams said he j Vid Ted he Fitch would pay him for doing would swear that to had come to him 1 dont know thai he had Ever before Ter it was and told him he did j mentioned Gays name to i knew Freeland would swear that to told him Gay i had known him 12 or 14 1 to would do it before it was and can hardly Tell How Long it since i first subsequently that to had done i think saw he asked to what i thought it was agreed that this plan should be Carof the plan of having Gay do it i said i Riecl out if Laycock Ade any j wanted the funds he said that Williams told me if i would go and would make no difference with As to can furnish you with As much As you can do at the other end of the he asked me if i had seen and said to was not far arid at a grocery to which to 1 asked him if Gay could be and Fitch said he had done Well and he thought he would a i told him the new building was new and and i thought they would make a failure of he said it was no matter that he guessed Tho Railroad buil dings would not cover so much ground after Gay got he wanted to to see find i came Back from the shop he would have Gay near the Fitch was to Bojidar or make up the Freeland said1 to had paid 14 or 815 at and he should have to pay some 6 or More to make up for burning the depot at first conversed offi Fitch in relation to minor and Tho plan was repeated that had been made the saturday previous Fitch said the plan was a Good if to Only stuck to it Fitch said the rules were that if a Man came out against they would kill him if they and Koshoot him on the stand but that Miner was a weak minded and that on Johnsons i went to the the state prison do for j and found Laycock had very Little con i spoke of the difficulty in burning he versa Ion Wilh was previously a said they would stand by to that if i quainter Wilh when i came out of the oxen he would Char gome Railroad came out of John uial Ulesoo balance he would pay me in sons barroom and met i did Money he said Iho Depol at Del Oil Cost not come very it had been raining him a now and it i All and was very he came think the oxen were the nicest Yoke i of and Shook hands with me As if he had not or saw in my dont know who got seen me i was somewhat Surpris the he had told me that but saw that some one he knew was it Cost him a cow and i think i told standing in the lie asked me when him 1 was unable to Bear my to i was going and if i had bought my and then meet with a to i told him i had and asked said if the match failed they would Bear where i could find he said i could the expense that it never Hud and find them round the to the never 1 think 1 was mistaken lie nodded and smiled As he bout Filley being it was Cor filch said they had prepared the Mutch and sent it to a Man in de As i passed round by Savanack Groce Gay came up to that was the first time i had seen him since 1 had been certain whom we very Well i was recently at a Distant place of r tie stepped into the Post and while there the water asked him if he knew any people staying at the hotel i thee ask t said the said the Here Are dozen letters directed to England 1 next and As the postage ton u not pud i cannot Send find the writers of they u forwarded to the dead letter office our Friend looked at said that they had made a match and sent it to a Man in Detroit with instructions to place it in the that in was placed there and went off first Well As they expected he told me that they gave the Man who burned it and sent the Money in at the Lime they sent the match and paid him after the building was burned a described the match As a Block containing holes bored Lengthwise with the with Small holes bored round the larger ones Large holes filled with Carphene or Lif Penline and the ends stopped Wilh so arranged that the fire Fioti the match which was placed in the Small holes would at the proper time melt the the Cam Phene run and ignite Iho Hole the Block would be seven or eight inches Long and would occupy Aboul the space of a pane of Glass that it in a Small Box one end of if i could get Fitch red twin oaten As a part of Tho pay he said he thought up whom they paid 00 for burning in the it was getting nearly dark Fitch would let me have them under the he said they prepared it Iff j of templs meeting took 1 had a circumstances the balance would be Burn length of time not exceeding 48 coat on that 1 had bought thai a paid in Money 1 talked again with him and sent Inspru Lions How to use very coarse half Wool and half Cotton in the Ball Alley i spoke of the danger Jujj not Tell who the person was to had my pantaloons in my Boot an he said he placed it j old Cap was dressed rather went off As they sex went off so fast that water in Tho River could not extinguish in he Fitch said they had injured the company to the amount of half a Mil and would double the amount the next to said they were rebuilding the depot at and they designed burning that again As soon a it was up he said they had warned the and they knew better than to ride past Michigan Centre he didst care a who it if it was the governor of the stale he promised if i got into difficulty at he would get me he would come and bail me and witnesses to swear were and an ked appear to be family ived no doubt will be most Welcome or Mayo aim great anxiety if not i cannot help i if thee can is the postage Throe Money thee will please Mark the and Send them to a Junction the Philadelphia me Clear that he would get a change of venue to Jackson county that to had great influence the new offi cers there were pledged to go against the Railroad and for the he said he had Host there that could swear a Man to state or to if any Ever came out against us he said they could Fitch was Well dressed think had Broadcloth no other person met or held conversation Wilh me but itch in front of Johnsons that never had any other conversation at that lace in which i spoke of or anything was said about fish by any when i met Wilh Gay we had consid Erable conversation he told me Fitch had Iven him a Frink objected to any conversation of i ays in regard to any of those defendants and Van Arian said he would waive the matter for the Gay was alone when i found he met to on the walk i first saw him Stan Ding in the grocery door think he r new Mauiu which was filled with bomb stable impeach the Best Man in Jackson county rials and then poured in the Box about for six Here the Post his pockets As when he but be Are a great Deal Light 1 York two quarts of so As to completely saturate the combustibles placed in it he said they could or would get up Ope similar to that if i concluded to accept Fitch that they would put it in my hands and if the buildings were burned they would pay the said we have taken a solemn oath that the shall never pass Here three months in succession without being thrown off toe track had a conversation with Price that Day he commenced the Conyer station Wood belonging de to the burning of some the Railroad he said he stood indict sad Fitch had been talking about my joining he hoped f would so As to be Able to help him in the trial that he should get along Well enough but for two or three vis we Tooti and Sherman that they could impeach could be got out of Tho and that Spaulding never would nor should appear there i asked him Why t he said dead men Tell no tales j told me that he and Ami Fuley came Down from Lovoi night and altered to m to run the of it Hal tha out upset and broke a Naan lag Fiat if it to do the tar would do it a Fisk if he Ever came up against he said he could get the Best men in Jackson Tor mentioning names names not Given by if any Man should appear before a grand jury to expose them he would never live to go before a Petit Ury have heard Corwin and Fitch similar 1 think the conversation at the Centre was about the 10th of other conversations think Darius Clark cams to my House about in lost of Yajiu Ary he had before written me a letter 62 i again went up to the Fitch waa at his own and came to fillers where i we went into the Ball Alley and had a conversation there he talked about Miner who was still in Detroit we then commenced talk ing about burning the depot and Bridge at Nues Lake and Harvey Wakeman came which interrupted conversation they rolled a Lew and left we sat Down and again talked about he then took me Iota a Small room built on to the at and there he said u was constructed upon he Ujj Juji m out they had tent to was watching for next saw Fitch thai evening or the next morning saw him the next morning at the Depol conversed Wilh him there he told me he had closed an arrangement the Day before with Gay for the purpose of burning the Railroad buildings again he said he Gay 50 dollars in Money and two matches similar to Tho Ono he had Given him to Burn the depot a the fall he said lie had paid Gay was to pay him More when he had burned the making he subsequently told me he was to pay him 200 he said it was better to get Gay to Burn the buildings than any one out As he belonged and could gain Access More easily than a Stran Fitch he Scotts when i found Gay was Loyed to Burn the As he was the Only one about there with whom 1 wits i got on the cars Fitch told me he had made an arrangement in regard to the witnesses with to Dows he told me the arrangement he said he had left with Dows some counterfeit Money Dows was to get Wellsand Caswell to go by about burning the depot at i told them i was going to Detroit to collect Mone Foraman in they wanted me to see Smith and and fix the time for the 2 depots at the same they said by the time i oame Back from Detroit Fitch would have re turned Farnam told me he had got his blowing up apparatus and would put it in 1o and a person going Over Wilh operation As soon As the evening trains them was to pass a counterfeit which commenced i think the conver that a lot of station these Bills were to be fixed in cases saw Warner there he Shook hands Lar to Pencil and this person would i with and asked How Railroad Stock slip them into the pockets of the j and if it was about i told him when the Bill was detected As counterfeit i i thought it dont recollect further he was to say he got it of these and i conversation with but we had they being arrested and these went to Michigan cent re on the morning of the i Ith of Lake went with saw no one but there but a few i told him i came up to go to and if i at nil must go would same plan and if they str tadday or hat to told me to come cases would be found containing the same kind of Bills and the same and thus their conviction would be certain but if they get them Over Thoy Carf Yit out they would place stolen property around i went As fur its june Henry Phelps Van a Man 7th of March Cameto Detroit and returned the next Day saw in Detroit Smith at the Paloalto Saloon he spoke if at r to t of his connection with Gay in reference to burning the and wanted to know if the boys Corwin and Price were to be put on trial i said i came Down for Tho purpose of letting him it now about it that they wore not put on trial to said up that and they would be ready for and would fit me he said Fitch had got 1 went to and met Corwin and Lake had stopped at Michigan Centre Thoy Corwin Williams asked me when i Waff go ing to 1 told them going Thoy said would come Back about Thoy would go to the Centre with me and Wottle be fitted saw Clark Tho night before he had appointed a mooting with to at grass Lake that Whon the train came in from the he was glad of it they would get More i West i told Williams and Corwin was time and Tho depot would get dryer and going to grass Lake would see them Burn better said Fiey would give them a when oar no Back to Gross Lake a belter Blaze than they did last tall did not Little before the cars and Clark see Gay at that came in on them Clark and myself went dragged him up once and made him alluding to some ignoramus had stopped there fat not seem Tonty any attention to what was going he leaned his Back against the Chimney when 1 was talking with another time frit paper and went near the heed to be asleep at one i afterwards examined the arid i went to grass Lake with and there Mot Clar Kand and examined the Box in Pease match was the Sarno As before Pease and Clark examined it my i was cold from i subsequently saw that from grass Lake i proceeded to Clark went with me i wont according to their on my return from Niles i met Ammi Filley at Lake waa with to think Van Arman and Clark were in the cars with Filley Mot me on the platform in the de he came up and asked me How i got i told him i had set the depot on Firo but had Mado a failure that they had put it i said i had not made More than nine i had borne my there and he told me cd go up to the Centre and Sec the boys they would make it All if we had failed the Only Way was to try he wag standing on Tho plat front close to Tho Phelps Cross examined by came to Michigan in 1835 or settled in Oakland in the township of my and sister time with same brother does not live there have a brother at come from Orleans this i lived before 1 went to Niles under the arrangement up to the House and got some supper 1 j that in Monroe Pont remember had with and Tho other deals to told him was going to Niles that night where t was my people have said i was born in Ontario the Lay Gotoff Ner wit Rclark at in Cantup the cars i got off at Marshall on tuesday evening saw Gunn on wednes Day at Winter alters tavern had known him before had a conversation with him there he asked me if i had come out for the purpose of burning the depot build Ings 1 told him r thought i do it then that i Adco moot to look round and Mako examinations to said to had come out for Tho Purpo Secof burning Ono of Tho depots left Kalamazoo or Marshall and thought he should do it had come to see about it at All Gunn said that to get Sherman Laid out to should Burn Ono of the depots that if Tho Detroit depot was again i burned one at Niles and to one at Marshall to Leoni in a Falkner had left grass Lake before did on foot he had with him an and a Small bundle to went towards Leoni did hot see him a gain till got to Tho Centre David my ers and Corwin went from Leoni to Tho Centre with to Corwin was in his own buggy and Myers was in Tho buggy with Moyers said if was successful in burning depot at to would to Able to draw a Largo sum of Money from Tho he said the burning of Tho Detroit depot was Dono so nicely that they didst suspect Ariy and therefore we did not receive any Benefit from we the Centre about 8 Oclock or Aff for wont to fillers tavern he thought the would begin to Puj Falkner was the Only Man in the had a conversation with Farnam and House Whon 1 wont fillers wife was Corwin about burning Tho depot it in or near Tho grocery of Hawkins i told them i had been out and examined build Ings at it would be difficult to Burn thought i would under take it if All things were made fur soon after to got Hiram Hay Camo in a few moments and soon after Camp Ami soon after him Hudson do not remember others Fitch took to on one Nain said that Fitch told him to Lull to that i must to ready on his return to Burn the buildings at Niles that to said that he Fitch would stand by me to the last and Back me straight through in Case of i saw at Leoni on the next saturday Between the 20th and 27th of land and the Champlin standing on the Side and said Emley had told him that if i was going to Niles at All i was going to Start that 1 told him i was there for that that was my object incoming he said there had Beon a lot of follows hanging round and to Hud sent filly off with them but he filch could fix me out in a few i asked him for and to said he pay us any thing More r r we had a conversation there think i till we returned but if we succeeded in Corwin was there 1 had just Rutur nod burning the to could comeback from Niles again Corwin asked my about it and i told him i thought 1 had hit upon a plan to fire it Tho nilus he said he was going Uji to Jaii Sou to Aee i ugh who he thought had just returned from and thai Al any Lime when i Onie up there they would fix me out said the prospects were brightening he said fit Cli had seen who was Hen a candidate for judge and lie had Ledger himself to be Friendly to them he Aid he and his friends were doing All to elect had a conversation with Freeland that Day he said if there was any extra sex Ense attending the burning of the it ipod would pay to he said to had just Nade White pay 85 fora Heifer they Lead tilled that he could always raise 4 or out of the dare not Rufuse he said he had paid his share for the turning last had paid a Over to fit Cli lad a conversation with Erastus Ami Lyman Champlin about burning the depot ast fall think the old gentleman chum in told Melphy raised a purse to pay Lor burning Hawkins prospects were a Good Deal talked they the delis All went for him and said he stood pledged to them in thing they chose to and in Lake did net go with me to the was going to stay Here till he disposed of the he enticed them from the Central rail Road or got them secure so that they harm any one he said he walled me to be prepared to go to Niles and up there at the time that Gay burned the depot Here he said it would make a very Luminous appearance to have the state lit up at both ends at the same i told him 1 would be ready almost any he said he would be Home soon a he arranged with these and then he Youw arrange so that i could go to Niles whale Var Gay was think at that time he said they ha4 a woman to town who Aid in putting the Money upon the peons of these Vitae sea a Laid she was going to thin in to Ocif v y i f Ond time i found Lake on Tho can after his conversation was Over he come to by 1 went to i blurted for there the 2oth of i think it was on tuesday i found Fitch there i staid at a Day and a several times it never had and dad a conversation Wilh Fusu a the Neyer we went into the Houe Isla Tive u 1 and had Sorc conversation about at Niles i told him i had and the second i wanted Corwin took out his Lime and was ready to carry out the plan pocketbook and gave me half a Dollar and take the would pay Over the i should think and Fulkner heard the that portion of the conversation was 1 told him 1 wanted my Money us soon As 1 came for i was going to mine scat to said he would be ready for Curwin and myself went out jurors you know a that the consequence of exposing us will be to said if we were caught there at Niles and made any exposure of them we had better dig our own Graves before we we pledged him to be lie said if we were True he would stand by us to the end he said he would give us a match and that it was already prepared that there would be no trouble with it if we could Only once succeed in getting in in Side of the he said we would have to get some Lur Pontine or Carphene out there to put in the because we could not Well carry in in the Box with to said the Best Way was for us to take the Box in the and go Back to grass and for one to slay there Over other one to go on Aud then get on Board the morning Aud the one Al grass Lake would get on he said if we they would Only pay our but would do what was right about he said there were no prospects of a failure the match was la acc on the same principle As they had furnished Gay with in the fall to Burn the Depol Al de Iroil that they had tried it if he do As he let me have the he said he would if 1 was said thai would pay for the whiskey on the some one there Mado Thi successful i wanted seme Money a if we were successful in this and Vance and he said that he had no More other things they had undertaken we have a filed if you Are when you come Back we will go to Leona and have a Corwin and we will tear Cuykendall bar we then said something about Fitch said when the Niles Job was done Tymn he would find it necessary to use but would have some when he re turned to the i found Darius Clark 1 went to Lansing to see Sedgwick went out with Fitch told me i must do All i could when i Back to defeat and elect was Cocks Are Distant relations of my did not Tell Laycock on the Way Back that i would get Fitch into the limbos be fore Long if lie didst sell is the dont remember of having such conversation with get Fitch into any he seemed to Havo that design my object was to Lay him broader before the 1 wont there for Tho purpose of finding out whore Filley kept press for Mak ing he told me lie had it and was making some Gold and Silver think to told me he had Tho Dies at his have never had any ill fueling towards Fitch have always been on the most familiar terms with him when i lived at the thought him one of my Best never refused to lot me Havo Grain to use in my know two he blacksmiths at tha prison in not Tell Calvin Boebe before i left Jackson that i would Fitch in the if i could accomplish it while i recollect of Ever having any conversation with him about not have any difficulty with Fitch while i was running have been at Fitch once since i came from prison think we were alone dont remember How Long 1 remained there think we wore in the Wing of Tho and in the he gave me the invitation to come there during Tho state fair in this City i think it was Thore that i first saw his he showed to some bogus half some 20 shilling and some Dollar pieces to me at his barn the afternoon of the Day i visited him he took Tho bogus from his pocket i asked him to show a Campb and saw him in january at lays tavern 1 went there to find but about by Tho match 1 got at fillers i carried and placed it on the second floor of the depot and set it on fire i did not change its except when 1 made Tho trial of it to put some liquid turpentine in the As directed by i might have put in a tablespoonful very Little at All i put it in one of the external i got Tho turpentine of the freight he was present when we put it in at the time we made the applied the match to it in the this was perhaps 10 Oclock in the eve took the match out of the Box no turpentine in the Tho fire out in the afterwards look the match Down to the went with me Between 10 Sod ii then put it on i lie 2d floor set it on fire and Camo off and left Clark and Thompson were notified to be there t put it 1 advised them Ahtl 1 was go ing to place in i Wai sentenced to Jackson in the fall of on a charge of Leuling a was sentenced for 5 was ass Gaedi to the manufacture of waa put to running the and different kinds of became acquainted with Lake at the he worked in the same came there under sentence for aiding prisoners to escape from 1 knew 3 weeks and left him there when i think he came out of prison Cir i Lave a married in Bonday Jane Henry continued by examination cock Merced on i waa at Shaws hotel o0rmoiiday i think 1 was to Clarks room at the Exchange on monday Arman might have been to Shiok was had no particular business have been in the habit of Apiag dont know How Long i till 10 or my Neia he would be he said he Large dums were i had Gemara Eduim As Hawkins was Atman who Quantity of Money of but u was testimony from time to Lime la the Soto not galvanized but Tattu have u them to on i gave to the defendants As a reason for Ping to Lansing that i wanted to get a ill passed to appropriate Money Lor the first time i was at Lansing i got one of thib Northern members to to a Bill for my i think u was Juls my real object was to see Danus i got several copies of legislative ready when you return asked me about my and How i got along with i told him thought i should realize about three thou Sand there was considerable drinking there that told us that we had better go off before of Fly those Fellows oame and to4 Corwin to fix us Ofta Jid then Corwin went into me Imam Bis Day night we at the a Chad several jul there did testimony that night Meta v
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