shall go with you to London. Oh, I am so proud of you!"
And Richard Lincoln accepted the nomination, and was elected. His name rallied throughout the whole country the men who had its good at heart.
But the demagogue was raised to the highest place in the Republic, and his party would have grown drunken with exultation had they not been deterred by the solid front and the stern character of the opposition, the leader of which from the first meeting of the new Parliament was Richard Lincoln.