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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 3 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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abor and trade ?" If all this means that the Banks had better not loan the money to Government, under pain of popular displeasure, why not say so in plain, an varnished phrase? The New York papers of Wednesday and Thursday report more failures, and a "disturbed, restless feeling" in the money market generally. Virginia 6's are quoted at 46, and North Carolinas at 58. The steamer Asia, from New York for Liverpool took out 147 passengers and in specie. Among her passengers are W. S. Thayer, U. S. Consul to Egypt, and A. S. Ranckel, bearer of dispatches. The Journal of Commerce, of Wednesday evening, thus exposes the exaggerations of the Northern telegraph. The Government is sending to-day $800,000 to gold and silver to Washington. The sent before was magnified by rumor, would that rumor could realize its vision?) to half a million before it actually reached Philadelphia, and it "amounted to $4,000,000" when it "arrived at Washington in charge of Major Anderson"