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Saturday, August 20, witnessed a grand parade of battleships on North River. New York. Sampson and Schley and their men came home in six steel ships, and their coming was the occasion of a most enthusiastic demonstration by the citizens of New York.
The President sent his Cabinet officers to meet them. The mayor of New York and a committee of distinguished citizens told them of the country's pride and gratitude, and gave them the keys of the city at its gate.
It was a glorious morning when the victorious fleet steamed up the harbor in majestic single column, saluted and saluting, and accompanied by a flotilla two miles long of steamboats, yachts, and launches, densely packed and extending from shore to shore. New York had seen no such spectacle before.
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