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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 2 0 Browse Search
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se name was Carey: I have got to take you back to Waltham, but it is dinner-time, and if you will go into the house with me, --which was a little distance from the depot--we will have some dinner before we go. He had hardly uttered the words when Carey jumped through the window on the opposite side of the door and ran away. The constable immediately ran after him, followed by the boys. Carey, not knowing the ground, ran for the woods, and ran directly into a cul de sac made by the Stony Brook River in its meanderings there. It was too wide for him to cross readily, and Carey was brought to bay. He turned upon the constable and produced a revolver, saying: If you come near me I will shoot you. No braver man ever lived than that constable Heywood. He jumped for his prisoner, and Carey fired and shot him directly through the heart, and he fell dead. The boys immediately ran away and gave the alarm, and Carey disappeared in the bushes. The hue and cry was raised, and the culpr