of praesidis vigilantissini, viri plane ntegerrimi, concionatoris eximii, pietate pariter ac liberali eruditione ornatissimi.
It seemed to us far more impressive than the tenderer tribute to his wife, who died four years before him :
Here lies enterr'd wthin this Shrine A spirit meeke, a Soule divine, Endow'd wth. grace, & piety Excelling in humility: Preferring Gods commands above All fine delights & this World's love.
We used to read also of the Rev. Edward Wigglesworth, S. T. D. (1765), whose virtues took thirty-three lines to inscribe them, and of whom it is recorded that he made his Hebrew lectures not only profitable for teaching, but delightful to all cultivated minds (Ad docendum mire accomodatas, literatis item omnibus probatissimas reddiderunt). He was also, Conjux peramans, parens benevolentissimus ; and it is expressly stated that while he was candid in controversy he was also exceedingly vigorous -Simul et acer, nervosus, praepotens extitit.
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