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used in Chasing Lincoln's Killer

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someone who is running away or hiding to avoid arrest or an unpleasant situation
  • Baker ordered John Garrett to enter the barn and take the weapons from the fugitives.
    p. 166.6
  • Before they could continue on their escape south, the fugitives had business at the tavern.
    p. 83.4
  • The farmer helped Booth dismount, offering support when the fugitive's body weight bore down on his injured leg.
    p. 93.8
  • Cox swung open the door and invited the fugitives into his home.
    p. 116.7
  • Cox gave Jones the whistle code — a set of three notes — and cautioned him to approach the fugitives carefully.
    p. 120.7
  • They looked like the fugitives they were.
    p. 137.9
  • On the morning of Tuesday, April 18, Jones paid his third call on the fugitives.
    p. 138.1
  • The fugitives ate, then immediately headed for the river,  about a mile away.
    p. 144.9
  • Mudd's lies delayed the cavalry's departure long enough to allow the fugitives to escape Maryland.
    p. 148.2
  • The evidence gathered at Mudd's farm, plus alleged sightings of the fugitives southwest of his farm, suggested that the assassins were making for Virginia.
    p. 150.3
  • Horse-mounted couriers and telegraph wires were alive all day with instructions to troops to enlist the help of fishermen and others on the river to capture the fugitives.
    p. 150.9
  • It took threats of violence by Booth to persuade Lucas to allow the fugitives to stay the night at his cabin.
    p. 153.8
  • The soldiers huddled with the fugitives and hatched a plan.
    p. 155.2
  • Willie Jett, Ruggles, Bainbridge, and the fugitives made their way to Locust Hill, a farm owned by Richard H. Garrett, seeking shelter for the night.
    p. 155.6
  • If they kept moving, the soldiers of the Sixteenth New York would reach the same spot where the fugitives had crossed the Rappahannock by tomorrow afternoon, April 25.
    p. 158.2
  • That meant the fugitives were only about a day's ride ahead of them.
    p. 161.0
  • After supper, the fugitives again discussed where they might find transportation, probably horses.
    p. 162.8
  • The Garretts swung the barn door shut behind the fugitives.
    p. 164.0
  • The fugitives did not hear the sliding bolt, did not know they were prisoners.
    p. 164.3
  • He revealed the fugitives were at Richard Garrett's farmhouse and agreed to show the soldiers where they were.
    p. 164.9
  • Baker shouted an ultimatum to the fugitives: "I want you to surrender.
    p. 167.8

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