Mr. McKim opposed the amendment, because he was altogether opposed to a reduction of the Navy in the present state of the world.
I think Mr. McKim spoke of a young man with you, who called upon him.
Of all men you should be the last to speak disparagingly of a McKim.
The difficulty which Mr. McKim had been so anxious to overcome was thus pretty well settled.
Think what McKim might have accomplished on that site, and in those dimensions!
In the meanwhile Mr. McKim was preparing, with great dispatch, the subjoined document for the enlightenment and warning of all.
If I had had paper money, as McKim desired, it would have been destroyed.
Mr. McKim was an early advocate of colored enlistments, as a means of lifting up the blacks and putting down the rebellion.
Mr. Davis heard Mr. McKim's plan and instantly approved of it, and was heartily at his service.
Mr. McKim retired from his labors with impaired health, and has since taken no open part in public affairs.