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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource] 13 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)
o continue to be her friend; that she was a poor, unhappy, lost woman, when she could have been better, and all she asked of him was to befriend her once more — was introduced by Meade and read by Mr. Johnson. The letter exhibited a most extraordinary degree of affection on her part for Meade, whom she constantly addressed as "Dear Bob." Mr. Johnson read a number of letters written by Meade to Mrs. Ould, addressed to his "Dear Is," and couched in the most affectionate language. Joseph McCoy testified that he knew Mrs. Ould and Meade. Meade's statements in regard to the intimacy between Mrs. Ould and himself were false. She always acted towards him as a lady. Witness was never in her bed chamber before last Monday night, when he took supper with her and Mr. and Mrs. Matthews. He never made any proposition to her, nor she to him, about going away together. James Jones, one of the late military police, testified that he saw Mrs. Ould shoot Meade on Franklin street, and