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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
il McCoy was released, after which he visited the place regularly. I went home again about the 1st of September for a niece of mine to wait on the young lady whom I was to marry. Returned to Richmond and found Mr. McCoy at the restaurant as usual. On the day that I was shot, the 22d of September, I went to Chesterfield Courthouse; returned between 6 and 7 o'clock in the evening, and found the place shut up. Thought probable that Mrs. Ould was out attending to some business, and went to Mrs. Redding's and inquired for her. Mrs. R. said she had not seen her. Went back to the place and went up stairs, and continued up to her chamber and went in. There was a small single bedstead in the room, with a counterpane, blankets and pillow on it. On this bedstead I found Mrs. Ould and Mr. McCoy together. She was leaning over him, and both were apparently asleep. Seeing their position, I tried to retreat without being observed. Got out and started down stairs. Got down a few steps, and met a