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Text:"... never received a dollar on any account from the Credit-Mobilier; never saw the check, and didn't know whether it was signed O. Ames or OakesAmes, and couldn't imagine why the check was made payable to "S..."
Date:Feb 6 1873
Publication:Rochester, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the adjournment of Congreas has forwarded to Judge Poland chairman of the late com mittee a statement telling forth in positive terms tlie lact that he was with OakesAmes when the latter presented the lamotis S C..."
Date:July 12 1873
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...CREDIT MOBILIER. Oroga-Fiiamination of OakesAmes by Judge JCalley uid Mr. Questions Veracity. Jan. the Credit Ho Oil) or Inveiturutloo to-dar. Colfai, Kaller. ami occupied ibe arena. The veracity..."
Date:Jan 25 1873
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... never received a dollar on any account from the Credit 31o-bilier. I never saw this check, and don't know whether it was signed by O. Ames or OakesAmes. Mr. Ames—I ask you if I did not give you..."
Date:Feb 6 1873
Publication:Dixon, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Ames* evidence and procrastinate tbe investigasion until tbe present Congress expires, March 4th. The scene in tbe committee room between OakesAmes and Mr. Cdfax today was dmost tragic. Mr. Colfax..."
Date:Jan 25 1873
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Mr, Charpiot leaves a wife, who IB tbe matron at the Horae ot the Massachusetts Society for Intemperate Women. OTHER DEATHS. Mrs, Eveline O. Ames, widow of the late Hon. OakesAmes, died at her home..."
Date:July 21 1882
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... received a dollar on any account from the Credit Mobilier I never saw this check and I dont know whether it was signed by OAmes or OakesAmes Why he made this check payable to S I cannot imagine I could..."
Date:Feb 8 1873
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"...: The character of the Credit Mobilier was no secret. The source of its profits was very well known at the time Congressmen bought it. Though OakesAmes may have succeeded in concealing his own motive, which..."
Date:Oct 24 1880
Publication:Evansville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., which was that he gave Ames money for investment in Union Pacific Railroad stock and bonds, and was not aware that the latter had applied it to the purchase of Credit-Mobilier stock. OakesAmes testified..."
Date:Jan 30 1873
Publication:Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... the check, nd didn't know whether it was signed O. Ames or OakesAmes, and couldn't imagine the check was made payable to "S. C. Miscellaneous, herring are a favorite dish Uh Boston girls. and Worms..."
Date:Jan 30 1873
Publication:Edwardsville, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., to the committee—I repeat, exactly as I stated before, that I never received a dollar on any account from the Credit MobiUer. I never saw this check, and don't know whether it was signed by O. Ames or OakesAmes. Mr..."
Date:Feb 5 1873
Publication:Brownstown, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... by OakesAmes. He also produced the check and testified that he belloved it was in the hand writing of Ames. Judse Kelley denied that he had hsd a meeting with Colfax. Pattenon and Oartteld last evening..."
Date:Jan 25 1873
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... emphatically asserted Sgaia that he had never received a dollar on any account from the Credit-Mobilier; never saw the check, aud didn't know whether It was signed O. Ames or OakesAmes, and couldn't imagine why..."
Date:Jan 30 1873
Publication:Knox, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... it was signed by O. Ames or OakesAmes. Mr. Ames—I ask you if I did not give you a statement showing a credit derived from the sale of bonds ? . Mr. Colfax—I deny it. Mr. Ames—I am sorry to hear you. Mr. Colfax..."
Date:Feb 6 1873
Publication:North Vernon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... asserted again that he had never received a dollar on any account from the CreditMobilier never saw the cheek and didbt know whether itwas signed OAmes or OakesAmes and couldnt imagine why the check..."
Date:Jan 30 1873
Publication:Maquoketa, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Kemble, Adams' Library, 49, Oxford-street, Southampton. TO AMERICAN GENTLEMEN. B. J. ALLEN, Professed Shirt Tailor, 42, MADDOX STREET (BOND STREET). " Perfect Fit Guaranteed." The will of Mr. OakesAmes..."
Date:June 7 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to accomplish this unprecedented act of plunder. If the members of conjcrc. ss who voted ( for tuft bill merit the conclermiatlon, President Grant merits it more than they.'" The Wiil « f OakesAmes. BOSTON..."
Date:May 22 1873
Publication:Monticello, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., Hayues-Appersou touring car. 15108—D. Arthur Brown, 22 Hiffli street, Everett. Waltham buoklsiard. 15109—Churles II. Tenney, 579 Prospect street, Hartford, Conn., Columbia touring ear. 15110—OakesAmes..."
Date:July 7 1906
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of 4M mUm Among the leading stOCkholdffiritim'Hoa■ E. D. Morgan, Hon. Join i. Hon. OakesAmes, Messrs. Morton. BU*s Co., J. W. Sleiglunan, L. ‘VW Hoffman Co., and others, winhtVifXSS into the work..."
Date:May 30 1871
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Vatican ” on Chestnut-street, Philadelphia, and a well known collector of art objects, died July 20th. Mrs. Evelene O. Ames, the widow of OakesAmes, died at her residence in North Easton, Mass..."
Date:Aug 5 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom