Excerpt from The New-England Anti-Masonic Almanac, for the Year of Our Lord 1829
The boat now returned to the fort with the same individuals it took from thence. Morgan was locked into the magazine the inside door was fastened with a board the outside door was locked, the key... given to me, with a request to take charge of him for a few days, until the Canadian masons should get ready to receive him. I was requested to give him a plenty of whisky, that if it killed him, so much the better; that he was almost exhausted, and could make but little resistance, or but little noise. 'it was now nearly or quite daylight; the com pany went away, and I went to bed.
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