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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
dry letters from Meade to Mrs. Ould, expressing the tenderest sentiments of affection for her; he loved her better than anything on this earth, (said the letter,) and would do so as long as he lived; that he would be home soon and would not go to Manchester "no more." Edward J. Tyler testified that some time in September he was employed as a private watchman on Franklin street; heard the report of a pistol, and a man who was opposite Mrs. Ould said: "Arrest that woman." Called policeman Jones and had her arrested. Then a call was made for the arrest of the man, and he was arrested; he said he was badly wounded, and was carried to Dr. White's office. Mrs. Ould had a pistol in her hand at the time she was arrested. Believed that Mrs. Ould was in a state of frenzy, and did not know what she was doing. The shooting at that time was all over. He had seen Mrs. Ould every night on his beat, and she knew him well. Meade, being recalled, stated that he was confined to his bed so