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The Daily Dispatch: February 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 18 0 Browse Search
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agent for the negotiation or sale of the bonds, and Mr. Lea was an intermediate party between Russell and Bailes way from New York to Washington, in company with Luke Lea, Esq., a banker in the latter city. Mr. Lea was fMr. Lea was formerly Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and is a partner of Mr. Russell in the banking business, at Leavenworth, Kansas. Mr. Lea is, however, careful to state in his evidence that he gave no intimation to Mr. Bailey tble frankness, that he learned from Mr. Bailey that Mr. Lea did mention the stocks in the conversation between his would naturally be inferred, from the fact that Mr. Lea was perfectly familiar with the business of the depcharge, and had no large command of private means. Mr. Lea admits that after the delivery of the first instalmhe transactions your Committee have inquired into.--Mr. Lea did not introduce Mr. Bailey to Mr. Russell, nor dopartment on the same day that the interview between Mr. Lea and Mr. Bailey occurred. Mr. Russell says this was