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  1. #151

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    Have YOU read the HART PAPERS, then...?
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  2. #152

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    In the HART PAPERS, "The Medium" indicated RAW Gold & Silver; I have to read it again...
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  3. #153

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    I have... 1 pot of GOLD, @ 4 Pots of Silver; JEWELRY such as Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Emeralds (Precious Stones) are mentioned. WHEW!
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  4. #154

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    MORE, LATER...
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  5. #155

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    I have... 1 pot of GOLD, @ 4 Pots of Silver; JEWELRY such as Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Emeralds (Precious Stones) are mentioned. WHEW!
    Sounds MORE like Swift SILVER MINES... dunno.
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  6. #156

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    Tonite, I read the Roanoke, Va. Library copy of THE HART PAPER; it IS "on-line". Beale & Associates did not return after their 2nd trip, EAST, b/c Indians attacked ALL 30 men out WEST, killed & scalphed them ALL. Info was released by NSA!
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  7. #157

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    SO... NSA was/is interested in this "story"... reviewing the BPP and the HP!
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  8. #158

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    I suspect the Beale Treasure was the CSA Treasury "ear-marked" for VMI & Lexington, Va. since "Yank" General Black Dave burned 'em BOTH down (coming down from the GREAT Valley of Virginia). It was for the WESTERN portion of Virginia; since Lynchburg, Va. was the LAST state capital of Virginia April 6-10, 1865, it got the "Richmond Stores" from the Banks of Virginia in Richmond. Old City Cemetery here in town has a plaque stating the Beale Treasure was buried there... HOWEVER, I think it was merely what ever was left of the "Richmond Stores". After "The Surrender" on April 7th, L'burg had TWO days to "bury" the WESTERN portion... HA! It was transported up to VMI/Lexington, Va. by the James River in their packet boats or just the MARSHALL... NSA wanted it as "Yank" war "treasure". Even PV wrote of this... MORE, later!
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    Yes, but the Richmond stores had longer than two days to bury? Most of the specie and hard money started leaving Richmond in late February, 1865. That is when the 8 Richmond Banks shipped their money South and not what was shipped South on the Treasure Train before President Jefferson Davis Train. What was shipped South on the Treasure Train was nothing but specie that was left in Richmond to run the local government with only about $250,000. The other money was the CSA Government money and then again only a skeleton amount of about $300,000 in Mexican Silver being the bulk and large US Pennies. Most of the CSA Gold and Silver was hidden away in KGC Secret Depositories all over the South and a lot of the bullion was shipped to Tennessee and further South down the Mississippi. I do not believe the Beale Treasure had anything to do with the CSA Treasury or Virginia Bank nor Louisiana Bank Fund money. The Beale Treasure had something to do with "Holy Family Bloodline" as does the Jonathan Swift Silver Mine Stories. Both stories are much older than when they were written. These two treasures involve "King Solomon's Treasure" and the "Knight's Templar" treasures. But your guess is as good as mine.
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  10. #160

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    And YOUR guess is as good as mine... MORE, later!
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    As the "Yanks" were coming up from Petersbureg, Va. CSA Prez. Jeff Davis was in church in Richmond, Va. He was handed an OFFICAL memo from CSA Gen. Robert E. Lee suggesting that ALL financial "assets" be moved to Lynchburg, Va. & points WEST... SO! "The move" began; Lynchburg, became the LAST state capital of VIRGINIA (April 7-10, 1865). MOVING day was April 6th, with the "Treasure Train" meeting up with the "Beale Treasure" Train near Farmville, Va. BTT went on to Lynchburg, Va. while the MAIN "Treasure Train" went on SOUTH to Danville, Va. The "Yanks" were heading to L'burg when Gen. Lee intercepted them at Appomattox, Va. on the 7th and Lee SURRENDERED; giving Lynchburg "folks" TWO DAYS to send the Beale Treasure/CSA Treasury for WESTERN portion of Virginia up to VMI/Lexington. TWO "missing" Treasures in ONE... BEALE TREASURE & CSA TREASURY!
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    MORE on Lynchburg & VMI, later!
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    Once the decision was made to MOVE IT... CSA Gen. Robert E. Lee moved HIS "Troops" to the hill (woody area) North of Appomattox COURTHOUSE Village (now FED-land), waiting for "Yank" Gen. Grant to get to ACH, to stop him from going on to LYNCHBURG, Va. Once the battle was over, & Gen. Lee surrendered, Rebel "assets" in L'burg, Va. was "disposed" of... "Yanks" NEVER Found "it".
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  14. #164

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    HA! TWO "missing" treasures in ONE; "Beale Treasure" & CSA Treasury for WESTERN portion of Virginia... VMI & Lexington, Va.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    As the "Yanks" were coming up from Petersbureg, Va. CSA Prez. Jeff Davis was in church in Richmond, Va. He was handed an OFFICAL memo from CSA Gen. Robert E. Lee suggesting that ALL financial "assets" be moved to Lynchburg, Va. & points WEST... SO! "The move" began; Lynchburg, became the LAST state capital of VIRGINIA (April 7-10, 1865). MOVING day was April 6th, with the "Treasure Train" meeting up with the "Beale Treasure" Train near Farmville, Va. BTT went on to Lynchburg, Va. while the MAIN "Treasure Train" went on SOUTH to Danville, Va. The "Yanks" were heading to L'burg when Gen. Lee intercepted them at Appomattox, Va. on the 7th and Lee SURRENDERED; giving Lynchburg "folks" TWO DAYS to send the Beale Treasure/CSA Treasury for WESTERN portion of Virginia up to VMI/Lexington. TWO "missing" Treasures in ONE... BEALE TREASURE & CSA TREASURY!
    The Official Memo that was handed to President Jefferson Davis from Robert E. Lee stated that he recommended the evacuation of Richmond that his lines could not hold. The message about moving the stores from Richmond was made in mid-February in a meeting President Jefferson Davis had with General Robert E. Lee in Richmond.
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