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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 20: Congressman and Governor. (search)
The next authority adduced by the gentleman in support of his contract to pay gold for the five-twenties bonds is Secretary McCulloch. Well, if this House proposes to be bound by the financial theories of Secretary McCulloch I should hardly wish tSecretary McCulloch I should hardly wish to argue this question further. But even Secretary McCulloch does not undertake to say that there is a contract to pay gold for these bonds. When asked by a foreign banker, What is the contract as to the payment of the principal of the five-twentieSecretary McCulloch does not undertake to say that there is a contract to pay gold for these bonds. When asked by a foreign banker, What is the contract as to the payment of the principal of the five-twenties? what does the secretary reply? Does he say that the contract is to pay in gold? Oh, no; he says that all the government obligations that have fallen due have been paid in gold (he forgot that temporary loan), and that it is the policy of the gnything else, so that we could relieve the people from taxation. You will find running all through this letter of Secretary McCulloch an evasion of this question. What is the contract by law? When the $900,000,000 loan, commonly known as the te
rmy men, 577; reference to, 622, 627, 628, 631, 638, 696, 714, 715, 716, 841; August Belmont offers to bet on, 761; upon Halleck, 871-872; Buel reports to, 872; despatches between Halleck and, 872-873; sends despatches to Grant, 874; reference to, 893. McCLELLAN'S Own Story, editor of quoted on Halleck, 872. McCABE, Capt., Gordon, quoted upon attack on Petersburg, 701, 702, 703. McCAFFERTY, Hon. M. J., appointed Judge, 975. McCLERNAND, General, letter from Halleck, 460. McCULLOCH, Secretary, financial theories of, 938-939. McDOWELL, General, inexperience previous to Bull Run, 290; inexperience of, 571; reference to, 863. McMILLAN, Colonel, 461; regarded as an able commander, 531. McPHEETUS, Colonel, 496. Meade, General, reference to, 621, 683, 700; letter from Grant to, 636; despatch from, describing attack on Petersburg, 705; reference to, 715-738; order from Grant, 827; orders not obeyed at Petersburg, 831; ordered to Burksville, 876; mentioned for major-gene