s brought down from Boston in a bly ca isoned hears with four horses, by way of gh m and South Shore.
Several coaches conveyed his Boston friends from the E gston depot, while a large assemblage gathered from the neighboring towns.
Rev. Mr. Alden, the village past of, conducted the services, the body resting on his father's writing table in the library, according to the dying request.
A large procession followed his body to the tomb where the coffin was deposited.
By request of Petor Harvey, Esq., and others, the oaken box containing the great statement's coffin was opened, and the metallic cover of the glass removed.
How were the feelings of those personal friends stirred within them to find those eaments and features which no man ever looked upon to forget, retaining the same color and impress — natural as when ten years ago they gave him up to the grave.
The eyes were more sunken, but the heavy shadows beneath the brows were always there in life.
Even in death, an