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reached your Committee. It is not ascertained, either, that Mr. Bailey came suddenly into the possession of any large amounts of money. His bank account was kept with Messrs. Riggs & Co., of Washington city; and Mr. Riggs testifies, that between July and the 13th December his deposits increased largely over former ones, but amounted, in the aggregate, to not more than five or six thousand dollars. It is true, that this sum is a large one to be in the possession of a person whose salary was butis, perhaps, to this refusal that may in part be attributed the early disclosure of the fraud. It will be observed that, while Mr. Bailey's statement is dated December 1st, 1860, and embraces the entire number of bonds, and fixes the month of July as the time at which he entrusted them to other parties, the testimony of Mr. Russell shows that they were not all delivered at one time, but that three hundred and thirty-three were transferred to him on the 13th of December--nearly two weeks sub