President McKinley at the Home Market Club, Boston, Mass

President Mckinley's visit to Boston was an important event in the history of this country. His appearance before the Home Market Club was looked forward to with unusual interest, not only by Boston and New England, but by the people of the country at large and all other countries. It was generally expected that he would outline the colonial policy of the administration, hence his words were eagerly listened to and read. His remarks were wise and conservative, but there was no attempt to meet the general expectation in this respect. His reception everywhere he appeared in Boston was most cordial and enthusiastic.

We herewith publish the substance of his remarks before the Home Market Club:—

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February 23, 1899

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