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Kentucky (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 115
It is not an insignificant sign of the feeling at New York, in regard to the course of affairs, that not only do Government Six per cents stand firm on the Stock Exchange in the face of the cannonade of Fort Sumter, but when Kentucky Sixes were called to-day, the whole Board sprang to their feet, and gave three long cheers for the gallant Major Anderson. It is also a noticeable feature that when one of the members of the Board offered to sell Government Stock short on time, he was instantly hissed down.--Evening Post, April 12.
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It is not an insignificant sign of the feeling at New York, in regard to the course of affairs, that not only do Government Six per cents stand firm on the Stock Exchange in the face of the cannonade of Fort Sumter, but when Kentucky Sixes were called to-day, the whole Board sprang to their feet, and gave three long cheers for the gallant Major Anderson. It is also a noticeable feature that when one of the members of the Board offered to sell Government Stock short on time, he was instantly hissed down.--Evening Post, April 12.
It is not an insignificant sign of the feeling at New York, in regard to the course of affairs, that not only do Government Six per cents stand firm on the Stock Exchange in the face of the cannonade of Fort Sumter, but when Kentucky Sixes were called to-day, the whole Board sprang to their feet, and gave three long cheers for the gallant Major Anderson. It is also a noticeable feature that when one of the members of the Board offered to sell Government Stock short on time, he was instantly hissed down.--Evening Post, April 12.