On October 27, Booth and Martin went to the Bank of Ontario to exchange currency. Booth traded 300 dollars in gold coins for sixty pounds sterling and bought an exchange receipt for 455 dollars. After being assured that no else could acess the money, Booth left for a trip back to the States. He left some personal property with Martin and instruced hin to send it by way of Nassau.
See Cincinnati Enquire, April 18, 1892.
Booth's application for the bill of exchange is in (LAS 3:139) LAS is records of the conspiracy trial published by the National Archives on sixteen reels of microfilm. They are designated Microcopy M-599 by some writers.
Booth covered his trip to Montreal with a false story about having an engagement at the Theatre Royal...See Thomas Florence in the New York Sun, April 19, 1865.