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President, saying: Well, Mr. Lincoln, what is your own judgment upon this matter? I have thought over this matter considerably since I went over the ground with Mr. Pinkerton last night, answered Mr. Lincoln, and the appearance of Mr. Frederick Seward, with warning from another source, confirms my belief in Mr. Pinkerton's statement; therefore, unless there are some other reasons than a fear of ridicule, I am disposed to carry out Mr. Judd's plan. Judge Davis turned to the others, anquiringly at me, and was about to resent my interference, when Mr. Lincoln interposed: That is Mr. Pinkerton, and everything is all right. Thus satisfied, Mr. Washburne quickly led the way to a carriage in waiting outside, where we met Mr. Seward, who warmly greeted the President, and then the party were rapidly driven down Pennsylvania Avenue to Willard's Hotel — I following closely behind them with my men, in another vehicle. On his arrival at the hotel Mr. Lincoln was warmly gree