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Chapter 39: Grant and Blaine. Grant's relations with Blaine were always amicable, up to the
Speaker of the House of Representatives when Gen. Grant was first elected President, and as one of t mately, for his election.
It was Bristow whom Grant especially opposed, and he and Blaine were uni ntion was in session, Mr. Blaine and Mr. Fish, Grant's Secretary of State—were seen driving togethe alled into play.
Many things were said of General Grant that were disagreeable to him, and persona arfield's Administration undoubtedly increased Grant's hostility to Blaine, I never heard him speak ed him to make use of crutches for months, General Grant was in Washington, and Mr. Blaine called o casion when the candidate was in New York, General Grant called on him at his hotel.
I was out of
During the winter Mr. Elkins ascertained that Grant would not refuse to accept a copy of the first ine, however, had been a faithful supporter of Grant's Presidential policy, and his comments over t [31 more...]