- The Ruling of 1876
- David Davis remains on the Electoral Commission, and therefore remains vested with the power to choose who becomes the next president of the United States.
- A Soldier’s Honor
- The "H. L. Morey" Letter is never written or released into the press. Republican attacks on Hancock being a puppet of the Democratic Party bosses are as a result largely unfounded.
- Luck of the Irish
- After Reverend Samuel D. Burchard makes a controversial comment decrying Roman Catholics, Blaine quickly takes notice and defends them.
- The Response
- Sir Lionel Sackville-West decides that it would be best not to respond to the letter from “Charles F. Murchison”. As a result, Cleveland does not suffer from the political fallout.