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ing up a definite amount of securities.
How the bonds were disposed of.
From the testimony there procured, it was apparent that the bonds had been disposed of by Mr. Russell and his agent, and that Mr. Russell did not have it in his power to restore any of them.
A limited number of them were traced into the possession of certain individuals and corporations, as follows:
Merchants Benevolent Association, N. York city, (witness, Hector Morrison,) Missouri's$1,000
Meigs & Greenleaf, for account of C. W. Purcell & Co., Richmond, Va., (witness, C. A. Meigs,) Missouri's10,000
Mitchell, Schenectady, N. Y. from one to three, State not mentioned, (Meigs witness,)2,000
Sanders, Haydensville, Mass., one to three, State not given, (Meigs witness,)2,000
James G. King & Sons, N. York city, (witness, J. G. Ring,) Missouri's10,000
Clark, Dodge & Co., New York city, (witness, L. C. Clark,)2,000
Captain Porter, New York city, (Matthew Morgan witness,)2,000
Jerome Fitzhugh &