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occurred to me, from recollecting conversations with Mr. Henry Wilson, Since the Vice-President of the United States. thprisoner of war. I did consult with such friends, and Mr. Henry Wilson, Governor John A. Andrew, Mr. Thaddeus Stephens, TDavis on this matter. At the instance of Mr. Greeley, Mr. Wilson, and, as I was given to understand, of Mr. Stevens, I weought by me and submitted to Mr. Greeley, and in part to Mr. Wilson. The result was, these gentlemen, and those others in swer the indictment for treason. In aid of this project Mr. Wilson, Chairman of the Committee of Military Affairs, offered at the time, and necessarily caused people to infer that Mr. Wilson, at least, was not under the too common delusion that thinst Mr. Davis individually; and a short time after this Mr. Wilson went to Fortress Monroe and saw Mr. Davis. The visit was entire accuracy. These men—Andrew, Greeley, Smith and Wilson—have each passed from this life. The history of their eff