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cuation with two bags of money--one silver and the other gold. He did not open the bag, though they were given to him to keep at night. The bags were about the size of an ordinary apple. Took the money from him, cause he was drunk. His mother money, but witness refused to give Gave it to John Duke. Thomas Duke, being recalled he knew of the money in possess Duke alluded to by Devines. Witness gave him about thirty dollars in gold some two months before the evacuation. S. S. Clarke testified to the good character of the accused. He had known them since they were boys. Charles Fletcher testified that he saw John Duke in Philadelphia frequently, and that he was attentive to business. Alexander Myers also testified to the good character of the Dukes. Had seen Lizzie Seals and Mary Nixon about Mr. Batkins's quite frequently, and had driven them away. Sometimes men were with them. Went with Mr. Batkins the night he lost his money to look for it, but did not
r. Corwin still lay in a state of unconsciousness, without any perceptible change in his condition, except that he seemed to be gradually sinking. Among those who called Sunday to inquire after his health were the following: Major-General Gillmore, Hon. Green Clay Smith, of Kentucky; Judge Olin, Postmaster-General Dennison, Senator Sherman, a messenger from Secretary Seward, Secretary McCulloch, General Buckland, Hons. Messrs. Delano, Shellabarger, Holbrook, delegate from Idaho, Bundy, Clarke, McKee, Hays, N. P. Banks, Dr. Shedd, Ex-Governor Farrell, of Wisconsin; Judge Thaker, General Thomas Ewing, Rev. Mr. Lewis, of St. John's Church; General Schenck, Colonel Woodhull, General Este, Professor McCloud, Assistant Comptroller, Hon. David Heaton, United States Treasury agent, North Carolina; Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York; Hon. James Fowler, Senator elect from Tennessee; General T. M. Vincent, Assistant Adjutant-General, United States army, and Judge Carter. None of Mr.