p), he said, and clear them out of this part of the State so that they cannot threaten us here (Washington) and get into Maryland.
We must keep up a good and thorough blockade of their ports.
We must march an army into east Tennessee and liberate tgood horse awaited him at the rear of the theatre, on which he intended to ride into friendly shelter among the hills of Maryland.
He made his way to the President's box — a double one in the second tier, at the left of the stage.
The separating pae assassination Booth escaped unmolested from the theatre, mounted his horse, and rode away, accompanied by Harold, into Maryland.
Cavalrymen scoured the country, and eleven days after the shooting discovered them in a barn on Garrett's farm, near Ps during an epidemic that he was pardoned and returned to this country.
He died only about two years ago at his home in Maryland, near Washington.
Atzerodt was sent to the Dry Tortugas also, and died there years ago. John Surratt fled to Italy, and
the world bad.
About one week after the battle of Bull run, relates another old friend — Whitney — from Illinois, I made a call on Mr. Lincoln, having no business except to give him some presents which the nuns at the Osage Mission school in Kansas had sent to him through me. A Cabinet meeting had just adjourned, and I was directed to go at once to his room.
He was keeping at bay a throng of callers, but, noticing me enter, arose and greeted me with his old-time cordiality.
After the roomr having been baptized, he was at a loss to know what name to adopt, but after making it a subject of prayer he took the name of Boston, in honor of the place of his conversion.
He was ever undisciplined and erratic.
He is said to be living in Kansas, and draws a pension from the Government.
Five of the conspirators were tried, and three, Payne, Harold, and Mrs. Surratt, were hanged.
Dr. Mudd was sent to the Dry Tortugas for a period of years, and there did such good work among the yello