WOLSELEY received at Dover on Saturday and in London; but the gallant general knows
well that the crowds that greeted him with so much enthusiasm, though with so
little obstentation, represented the deep gratitude and cordial admiration
of his countrymen.
He has done the work which was entrusted to him with an address, a
thoroughness, and a finish, which have exacted the eulogies of the most capable of
foreign military critics; and now that he has returned to England, we may be
certain that the sense of the fulness with which his services are appreciated,
and the very warm feeling which is entertained towards himself, by his
countrymen of every class, will be far more highly prized by him than any or all
the honors which will be freely rendered to his distinguished merits.