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More The Confederate States of America, — For best viewing, download PDF. Amount of notes In circulation - The nre: Mvi" ; DeLeon, R. RellOl n, 80, i Mch. I See pages ". Jordan, Jnne 27, C. Bibb to June 16, Bmedu to Memminger, I By of 19, Dec. I Charl aton Courier,ArellillU: The au1 DeBotlln, " l1li.
Letten to Memminger, Jan. UUIII, lilt 2, p. I See pagell RellOl n,Ibid. Revol n, I, ; n, 89, June; E. Jrlc chapter 2 pt 1 J r l. I See pagee The London Bankerj M4! Jati 1l4 1 thought the position of the Confederate States more hopeful at the end of than at the beginning of the war.
This sanguine hopefulness of the English investors - among whom were many newspaper editors 2 -lasted well into the year The peace conference at Fortress Monroe carried the bonds to 59, but the news of Federal successes that reached London a few weeks later led to a great decline, which was hastened by the closing victories of the Northem armies.
The hopeful spirit in regard to the cotton bonds, which lasted till the fall of Charleston, was largely due to the Englishmen s mistaken notion of the security offered by the cotton held by the Confederate government. Their mmds were fixed in the impression that, whatever became of the government, the chances were good of getting the cotton out of the country so as to redeem the bonds.
The latter were quoted in the London market till November,notwithstanding the fact that Secretary Seward had directed Mr. Adams eight months before, and again in August,to authoritatively undeceive the English public as to the likelihood of any part of the cotton bonds being assumed by the Federal government.
Till the last the London bankers expected the assumption of the debt by the United States or by some individual Southem State government.
Of course, neither of these steps was ever considered. The unlucky bondholders met in London in the fall ofand appointed a committee to look into their rights and take the necessary steps to enforce them. A report that the bankers who had placed the loan in still held some funds to the credit of the Confederate government roused the bondholders hopes of recovering something, but these were soon dispelled by a statement of Erlanger and Company.
Benjamin - then living in England, and formerly member of the Confederate Cabinet " - that the Confederate government had exhausted their funds abroad before the end of the war. As late as ten years after the close of the war the assumption of the debt by the United States government was suggested, and its possibility was mentioned during the Presidential campaign ofeven after the election of that year, when it was vaguely assumed by some of the holders of the Erlanger bonds that Tilden s election would mean the redemption of all or a part of the bonds out of the United States treasury.
It will be remembered that the "Southern Claims" and the alleged intention of the Democrats to pay them when in power, were also prominently referred to in the political excitement of H ,f fJfd, Sept.
Timu, June 18, ; Dec. A leading Northern newspaper said maliciously at the close of the war: These figures need some correction, owing to the fuller information available to us. In the first place the entire three millions of pounds of the loan cannot fairly be said to have been placed.
With the rapid decline in the value of the bonds, to far below 77, Erlanger and Company found it unprofitable to Hoot the bonds, and preferred to pay the penalty provided for in the contract.
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During the last five months of only 17l millions had been thus converted. The government s hopes that the redundancy of the currency would be corrected by their absorption in bonds proved as groundless as similar hopes in the North.
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