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e all the rebel prisoners in the Northwest, arm them from Government arsenals, overturn the State government, kill Governor Morton, or hold him as a hostage for captured insurrectionists, and then form the Northwest into a separate confederacy. He said he was told by Adjutant-General Wilson that five hundred thousand dollars had been sent by the rebel agents in Canada into the Northwest to purchase arms for the order, and that two hundred thousand had been left in Indiana in the hands of Dodd and John C. Walker. Wilson showed Heffern one thousand dollars that he received from Bowles to buy arms in Washington. Heffern further swore that the committee of thirteen had appointed ten men to kill Governor Morton, and, a few days since, the Governor received a letter, declaring that the writer and his associates were sworn to kill him, and would do it. Heffern's revelations astonished the court, though prepared, because of previous evidence, for a part of it. If Governor Morto