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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 99 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource], The Franklin street shooting affair — close of the investigation.--the accused sent on for examination. (search)
R. H. Meade, on the 22d of September last. Mrs. Ould was present, accompanied by her counsel, Mart along very well. In the year 1860, she and Mr. Ould left for Danville, and returned in 1861.--Stagot some one else to do the work. Never saw Mrs. Ould but once after that, when she was riding on t that Meade said anything about not wanting Mrs. Ould prosecuted. Clifford I. Rogers testifietol, and going across the street, saw Meade, Mrs. Ould and a private watchman. Meade was wounded. doctor's, and found Meade lying on a sofa. Mrs. Ould came in, and asked to be forgiven, and he focasions that they were going to be married. Mrs. Ould attended to most of the business. Meade was Miss Alice Gill testified that she was at Mrs. Ould's about 5 o'clock on the evening of the shoos that he would be obliged to appear against Mrs. Ould, though he had no hard feelings in the matteread a number of letters written by Meade to Mrs. Ould, addressed to his "Dear Is," and couched in [40 more...]