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RECEPTION OF THE NEWS IN LONDON.

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>iHTeh}n a *eader, remarks:—"General Garfield, as Pjf ent of the United States, has had but a short tenure of oJJ¡ It was in the summer of last year that he was nomi- nf Republican candidate for the Presidency. The v of the Republican party was secured by the elections ol ovember, and in the March of the present year came in in due course as successor tor ment Hayes. He was no unknown or untried s?,.10n *or the highest dignity his country coi A was due to the respect had in- g an<i consistent career passed under the PPTif ii,- nomination as President was not sought by was Put forward only when other names nnno r ,nma,1{i the necessary amount of confidence b?p A ^came immediately the party Garfield, like most of his predecessors in ofr. as been the workman of his own fortunes. He has hj!Hs way to make in the wwlci, aaa pr fhi qualities which the people of the United States are forward in besM^lifp 'aTOUr- President Lincoln « vS in thl nv.1 a nwi v ^sident Garfield as the driver of °]no and Pervt$yfcvania Canal. From this humble aa iiterature, and made his mark teacher, then as the Principal of his hPtwppn that point f°rward alternated between political military iife. He gained some suc- cesses as a Gen^j^s ^e United States Army during the great civil war4 b-it, soon returned to politics, partly from his own enedfe^ partly at the pressing request of President Lmcoln, found it more easy to supply his place in the field than hi Congress. His elevation to the Presidency has been the well-deserved crown of his political career.

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EPITOME OF NEWS.