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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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Garry, nothing loth, dressed himself, and went out to the stable, accompanied by Fred. "There she is, old boy, a good $300 worth; Dan, has warranted her every way right. She must bring me a pile before she leaves that crib." "Garry, there is no use a blowin' about the mare. I know as much about a horse as you do. If you want my brown gelding and $135 cash, say the word and it's a dicker." "Make it $150, and we'll say no more about it; there is a wagon and harness, you can Litch up and try her as long as you please." "I don't want to try her, Dan has guaranteed her to you, and that's enough. I am satisfied she is all right. I'll just split the difference and not one cent more." "Well, it's a trade; fetch along your horse. I know all about him any way." "There's the money that binds the bargain." The bargain having been concluded, Garry called upon D. C and informed him of what he had done, and requested him to pay back $75,50, and take the hor