the murderer of mr. lincoln.; extraordinary letter of john wilkes booth proof that he meditated his crime months ago his excuses for the contemplated act his participation in the execution of john brown. commissioners of public charities and correction. f
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the murderer of mr. lincoln.; extraordinary letter of john wilkes booth proof that he meditated his crime months ago his excuses for the contemplated act his participation in the execution of john brown. commissioners of public charities and correction. f  -  partition wall
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Inquiry from Philadelphia
A verbatim copy of the following letter, in writing, that is, handwritten
The work of President Lincoln's murderer, John Wilks Booth, has been provided to us by members of parliament. WM.
Marshal Milward, eastern Pennsylvania.
John S gave it to the officer.
Clark is his brother. in-law of Mr. BOOTH.
The history associated with this is somewhat special.
On November 1864, the document was stored in Mr.
"To be safe," Mr. Booth said in a sealed envelope.
Clark knows nothing about the content.
The last Booth called Mr on January.
Clark's house, if he asked for a package, he gave it to him.
Now it is thought that at that time he took out the paper and added his signature to it, which seems to be different from the ink used in the letter's text, and from the language that was not available at first.
After that, he returned the parcel to the gentleman.
Clark again serves the safety custody, sealing and carrying supervision, "J. WILKES BOOTH.
"The family retains closure without doubt about its nature.
After the painful message of the president's assassination, the president's family was assassinated.
Clark is considered appropriate to open the envelope with broken power.
Found some 7-in the paper below-
There are 30 US bonds and one oil company stock. Mr.
Clark quickly handed the newspaper to marshal Milward, who is still in his custody.
By reading the paper carefully, BOOTH seems ready to prove that some of his desperate behavior in his thinking is correct;
In terms of the language used, it is likely to be a plot to kidnap the president and bring him to Virginia.
If this is considered a failure, from being a prisoner of the president to the assassination of the president, it is an easy step for a man whose principles are distorted.
It seems that BOOTH was one of the parties involved in the arrest and execution of john brown of Ossawattomie, and at that time, he undoubtedly drew from WISE and his colleagues those hateful cruelty, these emotions eventually led to the notorious crime.
This letter is as follows:_____.
My dear Sir,-
You can use it as your favorite thing.
But, as some might want to know, I gave it (
In the words of your master)
"Who it may be related to": right or wrong.
God judges me, not people.
Whether my motivation is good or bad, one thing I can be sure of is the enduring condemnation of the North.
I prefer peace to life.
Love an alliance that cannot be expressed
For four years I have been waiting, hoping and praying for the dark clouds to break and to restore our former sunshine.
Waiting longer is a crime.
Hope for Peace is dashed.
It turns out that my prayers are as boring as my hopes.
God will do it.
Let me see and share the painful ending.
What AdvertisementI has served is correct.
Four years ago, the nomination of Abraham Lincoln clearly stated the war ---
War on rights and institutions in the South
His election proved that.
"Wait for an open act.
"Yes, until you are bound and plundered. What folly!
The South is wise.
Who will think of argument or patience when the enemy's finger presses the trigger?
In a foreign war, I can also say, "the country is right or wrong.
But in a struggle like ours
There the brothers try to pierce the hearts of the brothers ,)
For God's sake, choose the right one.
When such a country abandons justice from her side, she loses the loyalty of every honest Freeman and should leave him free from any loyalty and act according to the approval of his conscience.
Propaganda of the people of the North, hatred of tyranny, love of freedom and justice, and fight against mistakes and oppression are the teachings of our father.
The study of our early history will not make me forget, nor will it make me forget.
The country was built for white people, not black people.
African slavery from the same perspective
The view that the noble makers of our Constitution insist.
I am a person who has considered if one of the greatest blessings (
For themselves and for us.
This is what God has given to a country blessed.
Witness our wealth and power
Witness their ascension and enlightenment elsewhere.
I have lived in it most of my life, from master to man, and the treatment I have seen is not as severe as I have seen in the North from father to son.
However, God knows that no one will be more willing to do more for the black race than I am, and I can only find a way to improve their condition.
But Lincoln's policy is only to prepare for their complete destruction.
The South did not, nor did it fight to continue slavery.
The first battle of the bull market ended like this.
Since the war, their cause is more lofty and great than those that urge our fathers, even if we allow them to be wrong at the beginning of this game, cruelty and injustice make mistakes right, they stand up now (
Before the wonders and admiration of the world)
As a Noble Team of patriotic heroes
After that, the story of reading will be forgotten.
When I assisted in the arrest and execution of John Brown (
He is the murderer of our western border, fair trial and conviction before a fair judge and jury, treason, by the way, became God since)
I am proud of a small part of my deal because I think it is my duty and I am helping our common nation to do justice.
But now what do people think is the crime of poor John Brown? by themselves)
Is the greatest and only virtue of the entire Republican Party.
Strange reincarnation!
To be a virtue, just because, as I am now, I am more addicted to the fact that the unslaves are the only traitors of this country, and that the whole Party should have the same fate as the poor old Brown, not because they wanted to abolish slavery, but because they had tried to use all means to abolish it.
If Brown is still alive, I doubt whether he will oppose the union himself.
Most people in the North do this and publicly curse the Union if the South is to return and reserve the only right to them by every tie that we have ever been treated as holy.
There is no choice in the South.
For themselves, it is either extinction or slavery.
Worse than death)to draw from.
I know my choice.
I also study hard to find out what reason a nation's right to disengage when our name, the United States and the Declaration of Independence, provides for separation.
But there is no time to speak.
I wrote it in such a hurry.
I know how stupid it is that I take such steps, on the one hand, I have a lot of friends and everything that makes me happy, my career alone has brought me more than $20,000 a year, and in my career my personal ambition has such a big field of labor.
On the other hand, the South has never given me a kind word;
Where I have no friends now, except under the grass;
A place where I must be a soldier or a beggar.
For the latter, give up all the former except my beloved mother and sister ,(
Although they are very different from me in their opinions ,)seems insane;
But God is my referee.
I love justice more than a country;
Not just fame and fortune; more (
Forgive me if wrong)
Not just a happy home.
I never fought. field;
But, my fellow citizens, can you see, besides seeing the reality or influence of this terrible war?
Every state except Virginia. )
I know you will think like me and pray that the almighty creates a sense of right and justice in the north ,(
Even if it doesn't have a benevolent dressing ,)
He will let the blood sea between us dry, this blood sea is expanding every day. Alas!
Poor country, will she suffer bad luck?
Four years ago, I 'd give her a thousand lives and let her stay.
I know her all the time)
Strong and complete.
Even now, I will think that my life is meaningless and I can't see what kind of person she is.
Oh my friends, if the terrible scenes of the last four years have never come true, or if the past is just a terrible dream, we can wake up from it now, we may bless our God with overflowing hearts and pray for his continued grace.
How much I like this old flag, I don't know yet.
In the years since then, the whole world can boast that none of them are so pure and spotless.
But, I have been seeing and hearing the bloody act of her being treated as a badge lately, and I shudder at the thought that she has grown.
Oh, how eager I am to see her free from the mist of blood and death that surrounds her folds, destroying her beauty and tarnishing her honor.
But no, until now, she has been dragged down by increasing cruelty and oppression every day (in my eyes)
Her once bright red stripes looked like bloody wounds on Heaven's face.
I now see my early admiration for her glory as a dream. My love (
This is the case. day)
Only South.
I also don't think it's a shame to try to make her a prisoner for this man, she owes the man too much pain.
If I succeed, I will come to her penniless.
They said she found the "last ditch" that the North had long laughed at and had been trying to force her into it, forgetting that they were our brothers and it was unwise to let the enemy go crazy.
If I contact her safely and find it true, I would proudly ask her to allow me to win or die in the same "ditch" around her.
The confederations do their duty in their own responsibility. J. WILKES BOOTH.
Annual report 1864.
The annual report of charities and correctional commissioners for the past year has just been submitted to the legislature and the Board of Supervisors.
Having referred to the difficult duties handed over by the Commission and the difficulties encountered in managing its operations over the past five years, the commissioners drew attention to the need for drunken asylum, and declare that they have obtained the plan to build a building on Ward Island, although it is large enough to test the value of such a provision in all respects, but it can easily be extended to meet the full requirements of the city for a long time to come.
Bellevue Hospital will also provide a dead house for legal examination
An autopsy investigation, a forensic jury, and accommodation for medical and surgical relief to reduce the door difference, as well as all the different requirements of such institutions, in addition to providing the necessary rooms and accommodation for the Bellevue Hospital College.
According to the report, according to a women's labor contract, the poverty alleviation Institute has produced $17,502, an unprecedented result in the institution's history.
In the prison, the commissioner said: "Compared to the years before the war, the report of this institution will show that the number of prisoners will continue to decrease significantly, without doubt, it grew up from the temptation of enlistment and traded prison imprisonment for a career in arms, according to arrangements made with the court and its tributary.
We have to think that the prison imprisonment system and the so-called punishment are far from reaching the most sensible and optimal model of treating this unfortunate situation.
As currently constituted, these confessors cannot be regarded as evil schools, as auxiliary and abuser of eternal crime, as well as encouragement to evil, and the consequences that follow, this is what they should avoid. "The Small-
The acne hospital has been packed in the past year as the immigration commissioner has forced the Commission to accommodate all the small numbers
Acne patients who should be cared for elsewhere.
A large number of cases of the Army and Navy are also being watched in this agency.
Children's homes are progressing smoothly without special mention.
Over the past few years, the commissioners have, from time to time, considered proposals relating to the Bellevue Hospital Medical Committee, which at that time was considering establishing in the anticipated new construction, a profession related to the outdoor medical and surgical sector, to help the poor;
They conclude that they will conduct a trial sufficient to test the usefulness and suitability of such a bureau.
The following table statement given in the report indicates that there is a class of people in the city, commonly known as "Revolver", "whose presence appears to have been spent between the city prison and the workhouse;
During 1864, advertising statements from Rangers and clutter who moved from the city prison to the workhouse on Blackwell Island, as well as the number of times they were previously held. 1st time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,366 times 16. . . . . . . . . . . . 242d time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 20th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 853d time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237 25th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 424th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 30th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 275th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268 40th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . 416th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 46th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 17th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 50th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 228th time. . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 60th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 2210th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 125 70th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 112th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 20 75th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 213th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 80th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 314th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 13 100th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 13515th time. . . . . . . . . . . . 19Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,136--
Among them, 601 were men and 5,535 were women.
Total number of commitments, 33,674, or 4 at a time. 1863 --
Commitment, 10,753, male, 2,328, female, 8,425.
Total number of submissions, 139 057, or 12 at a time.
Out-advertising
The door was poor, 48,844 adults and 10,150 children were relieved by donations, and 15,222 adults and 28,026 children received fuel.
In providing this relief, the total amount of cash paid from 1st in January to December 31 was $1864, or $100,123.
The total number of people accepted and cared for in various institutions last year was 127,067, as follows: Alms House. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4,551 Bellevue Hospital. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7,491 City prison. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21,150 District II prison. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
District III Prison No. 3,662. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
District IV Prison No. 5,455. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1,126 Madhouse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Blackwell Island hospital 1,137. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
429 prisons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 199Workhouse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Island of Randall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
626 kindergarten hospital in Randall Island. . . . . . . . . . . . .
1,393 city cemetery and farm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Home of 301 colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
615 orphans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advertising-door relief. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
282 the Commission's expenditure for the year was $729,343.
Finally, the commissioners said: "We believe it is appropriate to refer decently to the names of the following persons before concluding this report, who are, faithfully, serving the best interests of the department, making them victims of infectious diseases that their labor needs them to meet, and their loyalty, fearlessness and general behaviour prove this, is not only a credit to humanity, it is also a memorable record. Dr. Moses H.
Ranney, a madman's shelter for resident doctors; Dr. Alden E.
Nelson, senior assistant physician, psychiatric hospitalDr. A.
Ma Wen, assistant doctor of the asylum; Dr. Eugene O.
Rovey, surgeon at Bellevue HospitalHenry J.
Devlin, physician, Bellevue Hospital; Dr. George C.
Dewey, assistant physician, Island Hospital;
John King, engineer at Bellevue Hospital: John Dermot, administrator of the workplace;
The keeper of the workplace, James Smith: John Brown, the keeper of the city prison; Rev.
Father Joseph pavelelli of Blackwell Island Hospital: PastorFather Geo.
Lauf Huber at Blackwell Island Hospital: Sister domifira, sister Felix, sister Christine, regular religious visitors to these institutions.
The fire on Broadway.
At about 1 yesterday, a burning fire was found in James Thompson's wine. store, at No.
1,313 Broadway, 30. sixth-street.
Near the partition wall between Thompson's shop and J. , the fire was lit.
Noble shop, No. 30sixth-street.
The loss was extinguished at no more than $150. Mr.
Mr. Noble insured $400 in the global office.
Thompson at $1,000 in St. Nicholas.
After checking the premises where officer NOYS and Davis suspected Thompson, they arrested him.
He was taken in front of Judge Dodge and promised to wait for a fire checkMarshal BAKER. IN WEST TWENTY-NINTH-STREET.
Cary wire works was at Nos early yesterday morning.
152,154 and 156 Westninth-
Street, the extent of damage is about $5,000.
The fire was first discovered in the annealing drying section and destroyed.
Boss, Sir.
WEST, BRADLEY & CARY, has all been insured, but the company has not reported it. OFFICE CHIEF-
Fire Department engineer, no. 21 ELIZABETH-STREET, NEW-
York, April 11, 1865.
To the new editor-
The New York Times: An article you published yesterday entitled "catastrophic fire in zone 7 ".
"The article claims that I instructed on Monday that all the hoses were taken from the ruins and suggested that the removal of the hose was the cause of the Tuesday fire, inst 18.
I hope to refute this statement explicitly in all details.
The facts are as follows: I guided on Monday (
Is normal in all of these cases)
In this place, the person connected to the corporate yard collects all the loose and burrs hoses and brings them to the corporate yard for cleaning, repair and return to the individual companies.
In performing his duties, a police officer of the Seventh Ward police officer misunderstood what hose and what was left to be taken.
As soon as I heard about it, I went personally to save the fire and instructed these people not to take any of the hoses that were in use, or the ones that the insurance patrol might need, and then to take charge of the ruins.
I also directed the foreman of the Company yard to provide the patrol with any hoses or engines they might need to keep the ruins filled with water to prevent a fire from igniting the adjacent warehouse.
Before leaving, I suggest that the officer in charge of the insurance patrol carefully observe the next building.
On Tuesday, before and at Building No.
547 the fire, the insurance company under their sole control, four steam engines, a steam pump and three hydrants flow, and enough hoses to deliver the water to any part of the block, this ultimately proves that the fire department cannot assume any responsibility, and the parties who have been fully responsible since Monday are responsible for everything that has happened since then.
You will force me to insert this statement so that the fire department may not be responsible for something that belongs to someone else.
Dear John Decker
A version of this file was printed on page 3 of the New York edition on April 21, 1865 under the title: the murderer who killed Mr. LINCOLN. ;
John Wilks Booth's remarkable letter proves that a few months ago he made excuses for his involvement in the execution of John Brown's expected behavior.
Members of the public charity and Correction Committee. Fires.
Chief engineer Decker's Seventh Ward fire instructions.
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