Congressional Edition Volume 1725

Congressional Edition Volume 1725

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... Jeff. D. Bell and a man by the name of Eskeroll. Q. Where is Mr. Bell now?--A. The last information 1 had of him he was in jail at Canton. Q. Do you not know that he is in the penitentiary?--A. I knew that he was. convicted of murder, but I did not know that he was in the penitentiary. Q. After conviction they generally put people in the penitentiary. They do not keep them in jail?--A. Sometimes they hang them. Q. You have been deputy sheriff. You know they did not hang him?--A. My information is that he is in jail at Canton. Q. Where is Mr. Eskeroll?--A. I do not know where he is. I have never seen him since. Q. What was the object of these men representing themselves as United States marshals I--A. L do not know that they represented themselves as United States marshals. I know that was the report; but I have no knowledge of it; I do not know it. Q. Do you not know that these gentlemen had no business in that portion of the country?--A. I do not know that they had any business there. Q. Do you not know that it was the belief of the democrats of that place that these three men were brought there for the purpose of intimidation at that election? Mr. Pease. I object to asking the belief of anybody. Mr. Money. I can ask the witness what he believes about it. Mr. Pease. I enter an objection to the question. Q. (By Mr. Money.) Do you not know that it was the impression, the feeling, among the people that those men had represented themselves as United States marshals there, for the purpose of intimidation, to influence the election in some way or other?--A. I do not believe that they thought of it; I do not believe the democrats were in any condition to be intimidated much at that time. Q. Was that their object in coming there?--A. I do not know that...show more

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  • Paperback | 608 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 31mm | 1,070g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236535235
  • 9781236535238