June 6, 1865 - Testimony of Dr. Joseph H. Blanford, recalled.
DR. J. H. BLANFORD, recalled for the accused, Samuel A. Mudd.
By MR. EWING:
Q. State whether you knew of the whereabouts of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd in the first five days of last March.
A. I know that Dr. Mudd was at home on the first day of March, and on the fifth day of March, at least.
Q. Did you see him there?
A. I saw him at his house on the 1st of March: I saw him at church on the 5th of March.
Q. What was he doing on the 1st of March?
A. He was making a tobacco-bed when I saw him; sowing tobacco-seed preparatory to the crop.
Q. Do you know whether or not Dr. Mudd owns a buggy?
A. He does not.
Q. Does his father own a buggy or rockaway?
A. No, sir.
Q. What kind of a carriage is it that his father owns?
A. It is a large family carriage, a close carriage; four seats inside, two seats outside.