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Mr. William McKinley.
Mr. McKinley as First Lieutenant Twenty-third Ohio, O. V. I., taken December, 1862.
The Receiving Vault.
McKinley Directing Gen. Sheridan to Gen. Crook's Headquarters After the Famous Ride from Winchester.
McKinley at the Battle of Antietam Serving Coffee and Meat Under Fire.
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CHAPTER III.-Expressive Tributes from Foreign Lands-London-Westmin-
ster Abbey--Sorrow of the Press—Telegram from King Edward VII.-
CHAPTER X.-Nominated for President—The St. Louis Convention, June 16,
1896—Thos. B. Reed-Senator William B. Allison-Levi P. Morton-Gen-
-Rev. John R. Scott-Senator-Elect Foraker-Reading of the Platform-
CHAPTER XVII.-RENOMINATED AND RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT-Convention in Phila-
delphia Met June 19, 1900—Senator Wolcott-Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
President Could Afford to keep a Cow—The President's Title—The Hap-
dent Proves His Methodism-Places Flowers in the Hand of Toil-A
Character-The Strenuous Life-The American Need of a Strong Navy-
sassinations—Haymarket Square Murder, Chicago—Herbert Spencer-Herr
Thurston at the St. Louis Convention, June 17, 1896—Close of the Book....449-453