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" The President was a listener ; the other gentlemen were discussing; some were in favor of Boutwell's selling gold, and some opposed to it. After they had all interchanged views, some one asked the President what his view was. He remarked that he thought... "
Investigation Into the Causes of the Gold Panic: Report of the Majority of ... - Page 152
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
...relieve him from any idea of putting the price of gold down." Mr. Gould's account is as follows : " At this supper the question came up about the state...other gentlemen were discussing; some were in favor of Boutwcll's selling gold, and some opposed to it. After they had all interchanged views, some one asked...
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The Secrets of Internal Revenue: Exposing the Whiskey Ring, Gold Ring, and ...

Franklin Eliot Felton - Internal revenue - 1870 - 543 pages
...is as follows : '• At this supper the question came up about the s* ite of the country, the crop*, prospects ahead, &c. The President was a listener...were in favor of Boutwell's selling gold, and some opposed to it. After they had all interchanged views, some one asked the President what his view was....
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the life of james fisk jr

1872
...relieve him from any idea of putting the price of gold down." Mr. Gould's account is as follows : " At this supper the question came up about the state...were in favor of Boutwell's selling gold, and some opposed to it. After they had all interchanged views, some one asked the President what his view was....
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the life and times of col. james fisk, jr.

r.w. mcalpine - 1872
...state of the country, and gradually reached the subject of gold. Jay Gould's account is as follows: " The President was a listener; the other gentlemen were discussing. Some were in favor of BoutwelFs selling gold, and some were opposed to it. After they had all interchanged their views, some...
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THE CAMPAIGN TEXT BOOK WHY THE PEOPLE WANT A CHANGE

1876
...state of the courtby, crops, prospects ahead, &c." Gould, in his account of the conversation, says: " The President was a listener. The other gentlemen...their views, some one asked the President what his views were. He remarked that he thought there was a certain amount of fictitiousness about the prosperity...
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The Life, Character and Public Services of Jas. A. Garfield

Albert Gallatin Riddle - Presidents - 1880 - 427 pages
...him from any idea of putting the price of gold down." Mr. Gould's account is as follows (page 171): "At this supper the question came up about the state of the country, the crops, prospects ahead, etc. The President was a listener; the other gentlemen were discussing; some were in favor of Boutwell's...
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The Life and Work of James A. Garfield, Twentieth President of the United ...

John Clark Ridpath - Presidents - 1881 - 672 pages
...relieve him from any idea of putting the price of gold down."' " Mr. Gould's account is as follows : " ' At this supper the question came up about the state of the country, the crops, prospects ahead, etc. The President was a listener; the other gentlemen were discussing ; some were in favor of Boutwell's...
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The Life and Work of James A. Garfield ...: Embracing an Account of the ...

John Clark Ridpath - 1881 - 820 pages
...relieve him from any idea of putting the price of gold down.'" "Mr. Gould's account is as follows: " 'At this supper the question came up about the state of the country, the crops, prospects ahead, etc. The President was a listener; the other gentlemen were discussing ; some were in favor of Boutwell's...
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Twenty-eight Years in Wall Street

Henry Clews - Business - 1887 - 723 pages
...succinctly described by Mr. Gould in his testimony before the Garfield Investigating Committee. He said : "The President was a listener. The other gentlemen...selling gold, and some were opposed to it. After they all interchanged their views, some one asked the President what his views were. He remarked that he...
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Reminiscences of sixty years in public affairs

George Sewall Boutwell - Massachusetts - 1902
...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 the state of the country, the crops, prospects ahead, etc. The President was a listener; the other gentlemen were discussing. Some were in favor of Boutwell's...
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