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Mr. Chase's Gold Trick. The following is an extract from a letter of an intelligent gentleman, recently arrived from New York, and whose high social position gave him every opportunity to acquire correct information: "Mr. Chase brought four millions of gold from Washington to New York, put them into the hands of proper Mr. Chase brought four millions of gold from Washington to New York, put them into the hands of proper agents, sent them to the Exchange, and filled the room and coal-hole with them, until, after three days hammering, gold had fallen 23 per cent. A rise is, of course expected; but Mr. Chase, I find, is by good judges, considered the backbone of the Federal Cabinet. Men who condemn his tricks, false news sent to Europe, etc. still g and coal-hole with them, until, after three days hammering, gold had fallen 23 per cent. A rise is, of course expected; but Mr. Chase, I find, is by good judges, considered the backbone of the Federal Cabinet. Men who condemn his tricks, false news sent to Europe, etc. still give him credit for great energy and stubborn will."