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That at the time I was informed that Mr. Blair sought the card as a means of getting to Ricn his own account or otherwise. Afterwards, Mr. Blair told me that he had been to Richmond, and had seen Mr. Jefferson Davis, and he (Mr. Blair) at the same time left with me a manuscript letter ashown to Mr. Davis, I wrote, and delivered to Mr. Blair, a letter as follows, to wit: Washingrs, &c., A. Lincoln. Afterwards Mr. Blair dictated for and authorized me to make an enws: "January 28, 1865. --To-day Mr. Blair tells me that on the 21st instant he deliverelivering it Mr. Davis read it over twice in Mr. Blair's presence, at the close of which he (Mr. BlMr. Blair) remarked that the part about our one common country related to the part of Mr. Davis's letter the course indicated by him in his letter to Mr. Blair of January 18, 1865, of which we presume youce to the matters mentioned in his letter to Mr. Blair of the 18th January, ult. Without any person