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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Yankee spy system — a Characteristic History of the Excursion of a gentleman. (search)
on them. In fact, about the only persons were Baron Erlanger, of rebel-loan notoriety, his relations, and a clothes' Jew bankers," as we call them, who are in Erlanger's interest, and supposed to be employed to "crack up"Erlanger's $15,000,000 rebel loan, and to advocate the cause of the South generally. They are, however, meity, and all they can do will be of no avail. Erlanger acted in the capacity of pilot to old Mason, showi Bourse, and driving him about the city. What Erlanger's object was in taking him to the Bourse can only everal days before the election, and now Mason and Erlanger determined to show the world that by the election To the evening session of the Bourse, therefore, Erlanger repaired, and at once went to selling stocks (5.20were introduced by one Langenburg, a son-in-law of Erlanger. The introduction there was very modest indeed, ay "shady," and do not reveal many of their plans. Erlanger will be slow in taking another cotton loan, as it