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d seen anything between Mr. Buchanan and myself. He answered that he had, and added: You told me that you intended to advise Buchanan to treat Barnwell, Adams, and Orr,--the commissioners appointed by South Carolina to present the ordinance of secession to the President,--as traitors guilty of an overt act of treason; and that anoe Rebellion, the President once said to me that he was the last President of the United States. Sincerely yours, John Cochrane. I was well acquainted with Mr. Orr, one of the commissioners of South Carolina, and I stated to him my proposition as I had laid it before the President. Orr replied: Why, you would not have hangeOrr replied: Why, you would not have hanged us, would you? and I answered: No; not unless you had been convicted. I was not alarmed at this condition of things, because, as I have said, I had foreseen it. But I wished to know if there was any hope Washington scenes in 1861. 1. Pennsylvania Avenue looking towards Capitol. 2. War Department building before War. 3. Na
rter at, 785; goods received and examined at, 843; yellow fever prevented, 847; needy assisted, 848; Shepley sent to Fortress Monroe, 871. North Anna, reference to battle of, 710. Northumberland Co., Va., Confederate scouts in, 785. Nottingham Square, Butler goes to school at, 44-46. O Odell investigates causes of Butler's removal, 833; Butler's answer to, 833. Oliver, Gen. H. K., 172. One Hundred and Forty-Eighth New York Volunteers' expedition into Chesapeake Bay, 617. Orr, South Carolina secession commissioner, 156. Ord, Major-General, Butler's order to, regarding movement to surprise Confederate forces around Richmond, 722-730; starts on expedition, 730; captures Fort Harrison, 733-734; wounded, 734; reference, 738; ordered to relieve Butler in command, 828; accompanies Butler to Fortress Monroe, 828; report to Grant, 829; opinion of Butler, 829; money received from Butler accounted for, 843, 848. Ould, Robert, Confederate agent for exchange of prisoner