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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
sit her there. She was there about two months. She then bought out a house, key, and furniture, on Foushee street, and went there to live. About two weeks afterwards I went to board with her. After I had boarded there a while, some of my relations spoke to me in reference to the lady and myself, and advised me to move my place of abode. I did so; went to her and told her, about the 26th or 28th of April, 1864, that I was about to leave. Procured board in Manchester, and moved on the 3d of May, 1864. Did not come on this side except for work for some ten days. She sent for me to come and see her on particular business. Went up to see her, and the business was in relation to selling out to go away. She sold her furniture and things just as they stood. She went to Mrs. Sales and stopped a while. I saw her there once or twice. She advertised for a situation to go to the country in the summer of 1864; she failed to get the place, and procured board at Mrs. Miller's, on Franklin str