General Miles at Boston

In his recent visit to Boston General Miles received an enthusiastic reception. His early identification with Boston rendered him an especially interesting figure here and his presence on the streets invoked genuine enthusiasm. He was entertained at dinner by the Merchants Club. In his address on that occasion he spoke in part as follows:—

Mr. President and Gentlemen: It has been said that it was thought I would be happy to be once more in the atmosphere of this company—once more in Boston. I assure you that I am happy to be again in such a company, and in the atmosphere of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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