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f all this attraction came to the circumference of the crowd, that is to say, when Mr. Beecheressayed to make his way into Eexeter Hall, there was a difficulty. It was useless to try to elbow through, and not easy to walk over. At last a body of policemen took their shoulders, formed themselves into a wedge, and pushed through, carrying the Yankee preacher, in a sort of triumph, into the temple of British philanthropy. He came upon the platform a mid a tremendous excitement. The City Chamberlain tried to introduce him in a complimentary speech, English fashion. No use. The people wished to hear Mr. Beecher and nobody else. They drowned out or dried up the domestic orator, and Mr. Beecher took the platform. Then came an uproar. A storm of cheers, then an undercurrent of hisses, then another louder and longer storm of cheers, with waving of hats, handkerchiefs, and umbrellas, which only subsided to let the hisses come out again. But as the cheerers were ten to one to the hisse