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Source: Chicago Daily Tribune
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “London Is Pleased at News”
Author(s): F., I. N.
City of publication: Chicago, Illinois
Date of publication: 11 September 1901
Volume number: 60
Issue number: 254
Part/Section: 1
Pagination: 2

 
Citation
F., I. N. “London Is Pleased at News.” Chicago Daily Tribune 11 Sept. 1901 v60n254: part 1, p. 2.
 
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Keywords
McKinley assassination (international response).
 
Named persons
William McKinley.
 
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London Is Pleased at News

 

Belief That McKinley Is Certain of Recovery Is General—Interest Turns to Royalty.
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[Copyright: 1901: By the New York Tribune.]
[BY CABLE TO THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE.]

     LONDON, Sept. 11, 3 a. m.—Public interest in American affairs has abated since the President’s marked improvement has offered the promise of his speedy recovery. General satisfaction is expressed at the latest developments. Long dispatches are still printed from Buffalo by the press, but there is a reversion to other sources of news.
     The movements of the royal figures on the European stage. Especially the Czar and the King, are made prominent. No special precautions have been taken for the protection of the royalties at Fredenborg, where a large family party is in progress.
     Exaggerated reports are supplied from France respecting the safeguards which will be required during the Czar’s visit.
     These contrasted effects delight the old Tories, who are happiest when they are declaiming against the insecurity of republican institutions and reckoning the number of Presidential victims of assassination. The truth is that the European police never lose sight of the Anarchists and constantly exchange information about their machinations, gained through spies.

 

 


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