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1 March 18. Later numbers contained other tributes to the senator.
2 The English newspapers generally contained full sketches and estimates, the latter colored often, as might be expected, by the senator's maintenance of his positions on the conduct of Great Britain in the Civil War. G. W. Smalley reviewed the comments of the London journals in the New York Tribune, March 30, 1874. The Duchess of Argyll wrote to Mrs. H. B. Stowe: ‘America seems to me so much farther off since dear Charles Sumner's death. How many must miss him!’ And Mrs. Stowe added: ‘Sumner was appreciated in England for his real worth.’ The ‘Ny Illustrerad Tidning’ of Stockholm, May 16, 1874, printed a sketch with portrait.
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