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thon was to be Provisional Governor. The Order was to strike, at the same time, at Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Chicago, Illinois. That they had recently met Sanders and Holcombe at Clifton, Canada, and agreed on this plot. McDonald asked Dodd, "How many troops do you think there are about Indianapolis." He answered, "Only a few invalids and veterans." "There are enough," said McDonald, "to whip you and your whole Order in the State. " McDonald and others of the committee protested against revolution now as madness, and prevailed on Dodd to send a secret circular, by virtue of his authority as Grand Commander, ordering the various Lodges to desist from revolution now. The circular was sent, and the 16th passed off without the revolution planned by the Order. This revelation throws new light on the advice of the State Central Committee to the Copperheads to form open armed organizations, and proves that the whole intent is to put, in the name of law, arms in the han