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" Grant, we endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to the finances was. We went down to supper about nine o'clock, intending while we were there to have this thing pretty thoroughly talked up, and, if possible, to relieve him from any idea... "
Investigation Into the Causes of the Gold Panic: Report of the Majority of ... - Page 171
1870 - 487 pages
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The Secrets of Internal Revenue: Exposing the Whiskey Ring, Gold Ring, and ...

Franklin Eliot Felton - Internal revenue - 1870 - 543 pages
...but the testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Mr. Fisk says: " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant •we...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to finances was. We went down to supp?r about nine o'clock, intending while we were there to have this...
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The Secrets of Internal Revenue: Exposing the Whiskey Ring, Gold Ring, and ...

Franklin Eliot Felton - Internal revenue - 1870 - 543 pages
...the testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Mr. Fi>k says: '• On our passage over to Boston with General Grant we endeavored to ascertain what hisjjosition in regard to finances was. We went down to supp-r about nine o'clock, intending while...
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The Life and Times of Col. James Fisk, Jr: Being a Full and Impartial ...

Robert W. McAlpine - Capitalists and financiers - 1872 - 504 pages
...Fisk, in his testimony before the House Investigating Committee, was a trifle plainer. He said : " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to the finance was. We went down to supper at about nine o'clock, intending, while we were there, to have...
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the life and times of col. james fisk, jr.

r.w. mcalpine - 1872
...Fisk, in his testimony before the House Investigating Committee, was a trifle plainer. He said : " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to the finance was. We went down to supper at about nine o'clock, intending, while we ^ere there, ^to have...
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the life of james fisk jr

1872
...but the testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Mr. Fisk says: " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant we...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to finances was. We went down to supper about nine o'clock, intending while we were there to have this...
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The Life, Character and Public Services of Jas. A. Garfield

Albert Gallatin Riddle - Presidents - 1880 - 427 pages
...testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Mr. Fisk says (page 171): 10 "On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to finances was. We went down to supper about nine o'clock, 1ntending while we were there to have this...
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The Life and Work of James A. Garfield ...: Embracing an Account of the ...

John Clark Ridpath - 1881 - 820 pages
...but the testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Fisk says: " ' On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to finances was. We went down to supper about nine o'clock, intending, while we were there, to have this...
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The Life and Work of James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United ...

John Clark Ridpath - Presidents - 1881 - 672 pages
...but the testimony of Fisk and Gould indicates clearly the purpose they had in view. Fisk gays: " ' On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to finances was. We went down to supper about nine o'clock, intending, while we were there, to have this...
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Reminiscences of sixty years in public affairs

George Sewall Boutwell - Massachusetts - 1902
...in the language of Mr. Fisk and Mr. Gould. Mr. Fisk, in his testimony before the committee, said: " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...from any idea of putting the price of gold down." Mr. Gould's account before the committee was as follows : " At this supper the question came up about...
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Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Volume 2

George Sewall Boutwell - Massachusetts - 1902
...in the language of Mr. Fisk and Mr. Gould. Mr. Fisk, in his testimony before the committee, said: " On our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...from any idea of putting the price of gold down." Mr. Gould's account before the committee was as follows: " At this supper the question came up about...
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