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of New Orleans, and the "improper conduct" of Kennedy in connection therewith.--The Board met at Hohat gentleman where he took me; I never saw Mr. Kennedy; I should not know him if I should see him;ded the Secretary of War not to do it; that Mr. Kennedy had been repeatedly requesting the order tohat it was to employ and please Kennedy; that Kennedy asked him, when he arrived in New York, wheth, because then he would take me where neither Kennedy nor anybody else would molest me again. I frer I wanted. To Mr. Dean.--I never saw Mr. Kennedy until now; so far as I know, he had nothingficers who had charge of me, and without whom Kennedy could do nothing, were at the War Department; it himself. To Mr. Dean--I never knew Mr. Kennedy before; I introduced myself to him; I carrito Washington. Arrived in the latter city, Mr. Kennedy's envoy engaged another agent, Col. Baker, assist him in his task of observation. Mr. Kennedy now disavows agent number two, as "a person[36 more...]