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its hold on the hearts of our fair women and brave men. May it never cease to attract the usual interest and awaken the hallowed memories which cluster around it!
As we write this paragraph our city is full of Knights Templar from Boston and Providence — the Governor of the Commonwealth, the Mayor of the city, and other representative men, have given them formal welcome in speeches of rare eloquence and appropriateness — and our people generally are vieing with each other to entertain and amue, they saluted the effigy of the great Chieftain, and placed a wreath around his neck, and flowers on the base of the statue.
As we look out of our window on the bronze figure of old Stonewall, wreathed with flowers by Knights of Boston and Providence, we recall an eloquent passage in Governor Holliday's superb address of welcome: And now, if there be any animosities surviving, let them be buried in the graves of our great and loved ones on either side.
With chivalric generosity let us do j