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so as to prevent the possibility of escape. Any one attempting to escape will be instantly shot down. Federal finances — necessity of immediate action--Secretary Chase on the subject. In a note to Mr. Spaulding, Secretary Chase says, "immediate action" in Congress. "Immediate action is of great importance. The treasurySecretary Chase says, "immediate action" in Congress. "Immediate action is of great importance. The treasury is nearly empty. I have been obliged to draw for the last instalment of the November loan. So soon as it is paid I fear the banks generally will refuse to receive the U. S. Treasury notes. You will see the necessity of urging the bill through without delay." In another letter, to the Committee of Ways and Means, Mr. ChaseMr. Chase says: The condition of the Treasury certainly renders immediate action on the subject of affording provision for the expenditures of the Government both expedient and necessary. The general provisions of the bill submitted to me seem to be well adapted to the end proposed. There are, however, some points which may, perhaps