|1.||Wade referred to his letter of July 22, discussed in Chase to Wade, July 10, 1862 (above).|
|2.||Chase discussed his selection as "first choice" for the presidency by the Ohio Republican state convention in correspondence to Richard C. Parsons, April 17, 1860 (above).|
|3.||Kinsley S. Bingham, Democratic congressman from Michigan, 1847-51, and Republican senator, 1859-61. Bio. Dir. U.S. Cong., 622.|
|4.||Congressman James M. Ashley of Ohio.|
|5.||Pennsylvania's governor, Andrew Gregg Curtin.|
|6.||Henry D. Cooke edited the Ohio State Journal, 1856-61. DAB, 4:383.|
Autograph letter. Jay Cooke Papers, Historical Society of Pennsylvania (micro 22:0172).
Washington, Aug 8, 1862.
My dear Mr. Cooke,
Your check $626.93 is received. The result of the investment is very satisfactory to me. Please keep out of your private letters to me all reference to public matters and out of your public all reference to private. This may occasion a little trouble, but it will be more convenient &
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Publication information: Book title: The Salmon P. Chase Papers. Volume: 3. Contributors: John Niven - Editor, James P. McClure - AssociateEditor, Leigh Johnsen - AssociateEditor, Salmon Chase - Author. Publisher: Kent State University Press. Place of publication: Kent, OH. Publication year: 1993. Page number: 249.
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