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s was about to detail what was said to him by Goodrich on the ground. Goodrich was then called,Goodrich was then called, and in reply to a question, stated that he had no recollection of making any remarks at the time. witness asked Goodrich if he saw the firing; Goodrich said he did; witness asked who fire first, to which Goodrich replied, "it is impossible to tell; I saw Dixon's pistol first, and I judge he firede sure that he was right, witness again asked Goodrich who fired the first shot, when he repeated whamong them Mr. Richardson; was satisfied that Goodrich told him that he first saw Dixon's pistol andstreet on which Dixon was standing. Wash Goodrich, excitedly.--I wish to make a statement. I ws not so; he tells a lie. The Court told Goodrich to stand aside. Mr. Crump asked the Cour positively." I. K Chase, deposed: Heard Goodrich say, in a crowd in front of the Treasury builin reply to a question as to who fired first, Goodrich said he could not tell who fired first; that [7 more...]