The assassination of President Lincoln and the trial of the conspirators
Greenwood Press, 1974 - Biography & Autobiography - 421 pages
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14th of April Abraham Lincoln accused acquainted aforesaid Aiken Andrew Gwynn Andrew Johnson army Arnold arrest asked assassination Assistant Judge Advocate Atzerodt authority Bryantown called Canada charge Charles County civil Confederate Congress conspiracy conspirators Constitution conversation counsel Court crime Cross-examined by Assistant Davis declarations Defense.—June Defense.—May door Doster Edward Spangler evidence Ewing execution fact Ford's Theater gentleman George Government guilty heard Herold horse Jacob Thompson Jefferson Davis John H John Surratt John Wilkes Booth Johnson Judge Advocate Bingham knew letter Lewis Payne Lieutenant March martial law ment military commission Montreal morning Mudd's National Hotel never night o'clock oath offenses officers party person President prisoner prosecution Prosecution.—June Prosecution.—May rebel rebellion Richmond Samuel Arnold Samuel Mudd Sanders Secretary seen Seward stage Street Surratt testimony thing tion told took trial tribunal United Washington Weichmann witness