May you sleep like a child when his friends are with him, as the Orientals say. And so farewell.
Interesting strangers occasionally called to see Friend Hopper, attracted by his reputation.
Frederika Bremer was peculiarly delighted by her interviews with him, and made a fine sketch of him in her collection of American likenesses.
William Page, the well-known artist, made for me an admirable drawing of him, when he was a little past seventy years old. Eight years after, Salathiel Ellis, of New-York, at the suggestion of some friends, executed an uncommonly fine medallion likeness.
A reduced copy of this was made in bronze at the request of some members of the Prison Association.
The reverse side represents him raising a prisoner from the ground, and bears the appropriate inscription, To seek and to save that which was lost.
Young people often sent him pretty little testimonials of the interest he had excited in their minds.
Intelligent Irish girls, with whom he