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C. Edwards Lester, Life and public services of Charles Sumner: Born Jan. 6, 1811. Died March 11, 1874. 2 2 Browse Search
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C. Edwards Lester, Life and public services of Charles Sumner: Born Jan. 6, 1811. Died March 11, 1874., Section Eleventh: his death, and public honors to his memory. (search)
in front of the alcove containing the marble bust of Mr. Sumner is displayed a large design in carnations, immortelles, and violets, with which latter blossom was wrought the motto of the deceased statesman, equal Rights to all. The funeral obsequies were conducted with that chaste simplicity which always characterizes whatever tokens of respect that venerable city pays, as she has had such frequent occasions, to her many illustrious sons. A few moments before the doors were shut, Mr. George Sennat placed on the beautiful monument of flowers at the foot of the casket, the following epitaph: Humanitas Justitiaque Maerent Et Maerebunt Te Sumner Justitiae Cultor Eximius Justitia Ob Vitam Purissima Inter Sordiores Humanitas Ut Tibi Nusquam Aliena Tu Fine Laborum Immortalis Initio Gaudeas Tali Morte Tale Superstite Nullo Felix Faustus Fortunatus Gloria Resurgens Ave. translation. The following may be given as a nearly literal translation: Humanity and Justice Mourn and will mou
in front of the alcove containing the marble bust of Mr. Sumner is displayed a large design in carnations, immortelles, and violets, with which latter blossom was wrought the motto of the deceased statesman, equal Rights to all. The funeral obsequies were conducted with that chaste simplicity which always characterizes whatever tokens of respect that venerable city pays, as she has had such frequent occasions, to her many illustrious sons. A few moments before the doors were shut, Mr. George Sennat placed on the beautiful monument of flowers at the foot of the casket, the following epitaph: Humanitas Justitiaque Maerent Et Maerebunt Te Sumner Justitiae Cultor Eximius Justitia Ob Vitam Purissima Inter Sordiores Humanitas Ut Tibi Nusquam Aliena Tu Fine Laborum Immortalis Initio Gaudeas Tali Morte Tale Superstite Nullo Felix Faustus Fortunatus Gloria Resurgens Ave. translation. The following may be given as a nearly literal translation: Humanity and Justice Mourn and will mou