activity and foresight in Congress.
his speech on the Constitutional Amendment.
on the Freedmen's-bureau Bill.
his friendly Relations with Mr. Lincoln.
the success of the Union arms.
death of Mr. Lincoln.
Mr. Sumner's Eulogy.
letter to Mr. Garfield.
Who is the Honest Man? He who doth still and strongly good pursue, To God, his neighbor, and himself most true. George Herbert.
In all things that hare beauty, there is nothing to men more comely than liberty.
Give me the liberty to virtues, and his services to the colored people and to the nation, in words of pathos and of power.
His constant and high regard for the race whose wrong the nation was so tardy to redress is seen in the following letter, which he wrote to Thomas Garfield in respect to the selection of clergymen for officiating on that occasion:--
Washlngton, May 6, 1865.
my dear sir,--Do as you please.
The names you mention are excellent.
If I could choose one it would be Rev. Mr. Grimes, the col