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March 6, 1832, and is buried at Mount Auburn. Albert, born Aug. 31, 1812: he became a sea-captain, married Mrs. Barclay of New York, and was drowned, together with his wife and only daughter Kate, an interesting girl about fourteen years old, on their way to France, whither the parents were going for the sake of their daughter's health. Henry, born Nov. 22, 1814, married and died in Orange, N. J. George, born Feb. 5, 1817, who became a traveller, scholar, and author, and died in Boston Oct. 6, 1863. Jane, born April 28, 1820, a very lovely girl: she died of spinal disease, Oct. 7, 1837. Mary, born April 28, 1822, and died unmarried. Horace, born Dec. 25, 1824, and was lost by the wreck of the ship Elizabeth on Fire Island, July 16, 1850. And Julia, born May 5, 1827, and now the wife of John Hastings, M. D., of San Francisco. They have three children,--Alice, Edith, and Julia. Mrs. Relief, widow of Charles Pinckney Sumner, was born Feb. 29, 1785, died of consumption, in Boston,
louds of calumny behind. The nation's heart exults; and all man's race Hail their proud beacon, rising still toward heaven. Thus, from the sunshine of our Maker's grace, In these earth's latter days, while passion-driven, We love upon her sinless prime to brood, When her Creator's voice proclaimed that all was good! Centreville, Ind., 1863. Mr. Sumner was this autumn called to lament the death of his dearly-beloved brother George Sumner, who died in Boston, after a lingering illness, Oct. 6, 1863, in his forty-seventh year. He studied in Germany, travelled extensively in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and was an author and lecturer of marked ability. He resided long in Paris, and had cone more, said Baron Humboldt, to raise the literary reputation of America abroad than any other American. Among other works lie published The progress of reform in France, 1853; and delivered an oration before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1859. He was never married. Whether at Wa