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Books Books 11 - 13 of 13 on Grant, we endeavored to ascertain what his position in regard to the finances was.....
" 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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McClure's Magazine, Volume 14

1899
...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,...ascertain what his position in regard to the finances was. Wj went down to supper about nine o'clock, intending while we were there to have this thing pretty...
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Grant: A Biography

William S. McFeely - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 592 pages
...the occasion in his testimony before a congressional investigation committee seven months later: ... on our passage over to Boston with General Grant,...him from any idea of putting the price of gold down. . . . We talked there until about half-past twelve. When we first commenced to talk, I could see that...
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McClure's Magazine, Volumes 14-15

1899
...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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