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d on Saturday at Fort Lafayette. An account says: At 12:55 o'clock, Colonel Burke, the commandant of the fort, Marshal Murray and his deputy, the executioner, and two reporters, entered the cell of the condemned man. General Beale (the r rebel prisoners), Captain Wilson, and Chaplain Burke, of Fort Hamilton, were found in the cell with Kennedy. As Marshal Murray entered the cell, Kennedy rose from a table at which he had been writing, and the following colloquy ensued: MarMarshal Murray--I have come to prepare you for the execution. Kennedy — I know what your errand is. I am prepared for it. I am ready. [The executioner here approached the prisoner.] Kennedy (to executioner)--I don't know you; I don't knowere came forward to adjust the noose. Turning to Colonel Burke; he said: "Colonel, come here, please." Marshal Murray stepped up to Kennedy, laid his hand upon his shoulder, and remarked, "One moment," checked him, while the attending