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English view of the late Royal visit. The London Post has an interesting article on the visit of the Prince to the United States, which undoubtedly represents fairly the sentiments of the masses in England towards this country. We have selected portions of the article as follows: "Time has healed all the wounds contracte
k, will ever equal in depth, clearness and freshness, the impressions of this first transatlantic trip.
But it is scarcely less an epoch in the history of the United States.
It is a middle point between two eras.
The old will compare the public feeling now displayed with what they knew in their youth; the young will recount it in years to come as a great event to date from."
"What a past is that which the history of the United States presents!
What a growth!
What a progress from the disadvantages of a distant and ill-governed colony to all the strength and influence of a great nation!
To its fertile soil men have flocked from all parts of the worl