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simply and quietly.
When I first knew James H. Beers he was an intelligent young mechanic-origiper.
This was a few years before the war, but Beers continued to visit New Haven often, perhaps reather afterwards told me it was obvious that Mr. Beers' mind was irrevocably made up and that it wor destination, but, by some untoward accident, Beers was left behind and experienced some difficultrived in Richmond, and suggested to him that Mr. Beers and I, as we were citizens of the State of Cetween Malvern Hill and Chancellorsville I saw Beers perhaps two or three times — I think once i; Rommanding A. P. Hill's artillery, hearing that Beers had been killed on the 3d of May and buried uption of duty-obedience unto death.
Observe, Beers had never been South and had no idea of ever gto say that, so far as I know, the family of Mr. Beers did their duty by his children.
I tried to is well, too, that there are not more men like Beers in the world.
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