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" Now what are you going to do? You have got us into this thing, and what are you going to do to get out of it?' He says, 'I don't know. I will go and get my wife. "
Investigation Into the Causes of the Gold Panic: Report of the Majority of ... - Page 480
1870 - 487 pages
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Chapters of Erie: And Other Essays

Charles Francis Adams, Henry Adams - Erie railway - 1871 - 429 pages
...sir, you will lose your reason.' Says I, ' Speyers [a broker employed by him that day] has already lost his reason ; reason has gone out of everybody...soft talk was all over. He went up stairs and they returned, tottling into the room, looking older than Stephen Hopkins. His wife and he both looked like...
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Chapters of Erie, and other essays

Charles F. Adams - 1871
...sir, you wTill lose your reason.' Says I, ' Speyers [a broker employed by him that day] has already lost his reason ; reason has gone out of everybody...are you going to do to get out of it ? ' He says, 1 1 don't know. I will go and get my wife.' I said, t Get her down here ! ' The soft talk was all over....
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THE LIFE OF Col. JAMES FISK, Jr.

EDWARD L. STOKES - 1872
...dear sir, you will lose your reason." Says I, "Speyers (a broker employed by him that day) has already lost his reason ; reason has gone out of everybody...soft talk was all over. He went up stairs and they returned, tottling into the room, looking older than Stephen Hopkins. His wife and he both looked like...
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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
...quiet again. He says, ' But, my dear sir, you will lose your reas'on.' Says I, ' Speyers has already lost his reason ; reason has gone out of everybody...her down here.' The soft talk was all over. He went up-stairs and they returned, ' tottling ' into the room, looking older than Stephen Hopkins. His wife...
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the life and times of col. james fisk, jr.

r.w. mcalpine - 1872
...quiet again. He says, 'But, my dear sir, you will lose your reason.' Says I, ' Speyers has already lost his reason; reason has gone out of everybody but me.' I continued, i Now what are you going to do; you have got us into this thing, and what are you going to do to get...
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