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lling on Mr. Kennedy, he was informed that Colonel Baker had written him regretting that he had notest, and was to be sent to New Orleans; one of Baker's men was in company with Mrs. Brinsmade. ptain and Sergeants and policemen every day--Col. Baker came after I had been there three weeks; he s to have me sent to New Orleans, and that he (Baker) had persuaded the Secretary of War not to do l serve it — I would prefer doing it myself; " Baker told me I would be released next day, at 9 or eceives orders from the War Department;" when Baker promised to let me out he said I had better nothat was the invariable reply to my inquiries; Baker told me I was a prisoner by order of the Secrehouse; I was treated very rudely by Bowles and Baker; I have no complaint to make as far as the sta that he suggested to the Washington official, Baker — of whom Mr. Kennedy declares that he "neverld relieve him of his "discomfortable cousin." Baker, he says "adopted his advice," and he is very [6 more...]<