My dear Mr. Hill: I congratulate you upon your nomination, and hope to be able, ten weeks from now, to congratulate you upon your election. ... If Mr. Clevelanda#39;s letter of acceptance (which, for obvious reasons, I trust will not be made public until after his competitor has coma mitted himself) contains a paragraph like the one I inclose1 (simply as a sample specimen), ... the land, selected by means of honestly conducted and thorough competitive examinations, which shall be free] openanbsp;...
|Title||:||Recollections of Grover Cleveland.|
|Author||:||Parker, George F.|
|Publisher||:||Best Books on - 1909-01-01|