William Seward

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  • The house of William H. Seward.
  • I have medicine from the doctor. I must bring it to him. (said Lewis Powell)
  • NO.
  • I will take it to him. (said Bell)
  • Lewis Powell pushed his way into the house, and up the stairs. He was planning to carry out his "job," killing Seward. Bell got out of Powell's way, and followed him up the stairs. Then Frederick (Seward's son) told them his father was asleep.
  • Seward was laying in bed.
  • His daughter and Robinson with him.
  • Fanny went out to tell Fred that her father was awake. "Father is awake now, Fred." She made a terrible mistake. Powell had heard her, and he was planning to go assassinate Seward. Seward was now awake and just laying in bed. Powell needed to get in there.
  • Father is awake now, Fred.
  • Powell was told to surrender the medicine by Fred. Powell started to walk down the stairs. Powell pointed a gun at Frederick Seward. He shot, but the gun did not fire. Powell mad a mistake, he did not simply reload and fire again, he started hitting Seward with the gun. Then Powell got his knife out and started swinging it around. He was a dangerous man.
  • Don't kill him!
  • After fighting with Robinson, Powell entered the bedroom.
  • "Don't kill him!" Fanny exclaimed, as Powell went toward her father. Soon Powell cut Seward's cheek, almost off. Fanny yelled out the window, "MURDER!" **Meanwhile** David Herold, who was supposed to help Powell escape, leaves, after he hears Fanny.
  • After Powell escaped, he had to navigate himself through Washington D.C., and he did not know where to go. He needed David Herold, who had left.
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