promise, when he was cut off by a cruel disease in a dangerous and inhospitable land.
Thomas Bayley Fox.
Second Lieutenant 2d Mass. Vols. (Infantry), August 14, 1862; first Lieutenant, Nove; died at Dorchester, Mass., July 25, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, July 3.
Thomas Bayley Fox, Jr., fourth and youngest son of Thomas Bayley and Feroline Walley (Pierce) Fox, was born in Fox, was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, February 1, 1839.
He was a healthful, bright, happy child; affectionate, thoroughly good-tempered, requiring only the mildest government, fond of play, and equally fond o a man justified in obeying a law of his country which he believes to be morally wrong?
And T. B. Fox, Jr. And H. W. Hall are the regular disputants on the negative.
All the leading political questiain sent out his largest company, under command of a gallant and trustworthy officer, Capain Thomas B. Fox, with orders to come back with the whole story.
They found a strong force of Rebels holding
Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.
Boston: Walker, Wise, and Company, 245 Washington Street. 1864. 12mo.
Goodwin (H. U. 1854).
The Recompense, a Sermon for Country and Kindred, delivered in the West Church, August 24, by C. A. Bartol.
Boston: Ticknor and Fields.
Hall (H. U. 1860).
Memorial of Henry Ware Hall, Adjutant 51st Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers.
An Address delivered in the First Church, Dorchester, Mass., Sunday, July 17, 1864, by Thomas B. Fox.
With an Appendix.
Printed by Request for Private Circulation.
Boston: Printed by John Wilson and Son. 1864. 8vo.
Lowell, C. R. (H. U. 1854).
An Address spoken in the College Chapel, Cambridge, October 28, 1864, at the Funeral of Brig.—Gen. Charles Russell Lowell, who fell at the Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864.
By George Putnam. 12mo.
The Purchase by Blood.
A Tribute to Brig.—Gen. Charles Russell Lowell, Jr. Spoken in the West Chur