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glisten like bright dew-drops in the sunshine. Eloquent and exalted as he was in intellect, Sargent S. Prentiss was as genial and chivalric as he was gifted and great. No Southern man born was more completely Southern in all his instincts, sentiments, and principles. Like Nathaniel Green, of Rhode Island, who, next to Gen. Washington, was the great captain of the Revolution; like Quitman, of New York, who planted the victorious American standard on the walls of Mexico, like Ripley, of Fort Moultrie, and thousands like them, who have made the South their permanent home, Prentiss was as true and loyal to the South as any of her native-born sons; far more so than the Crittendens, Guthries, Carliles, and others, who are simply Northern men, born in a Southern latitude. If that brilliant intellectual comet, S. S. Prentiss, originated in a Northern sky, his path of light was always loyal to the Southern sun, and when in its mid-heaven it disappeared, the Southern sky grew dark, and Sout