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Columbus (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Death of Hon. R. J. Manning. --The Columbus (Ga.) Times announces that the remains of the Hon. Richard J. Manning, of Claremont, in that State, were entered in Trinity Church last Saturday, and adds: Mr. Manning was greatly esteemed as a hold in the highest respect by the whole community. Of solid judgment and inflexible purpose, pure in heart and simple in manners, he was a man, in the opinion of his friends, capable of greatness, had circumstances or ambition prompted him to achieve it.
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Death of Hon. R. J. Manning. --The Columbus (Ga.) Times announces that the remains of the Hon. Richard J. Manning, of Claremont, in that State, were entered in Trinity Church last Saturday, and adds: Mr. Manning was greatly esteemed as a hold in the highest respect by the whole community. Of solid judgment and inflexible purpose, pure in heart and simple in manners, he was a man, in the opinion of his friends, capable of greatness, had circumstances or ambition prompted him to achieve it.
Richard J. Manning (search for this): article 3
Death of Hon. R. J. Manning. --The Columbus (Ga.) Times announces that the remains of the Hon. Richard J. Manning, of Claremont, in that State, were entered in Trinity Church last Saturday, and adds: Mr. Manning was greatly esteemed as a hold in the highest respect by the whole community. Of solid judgment and inflexthe Hon. Richard J. Manning, of Claremont, in that State, were entered in Trinity Church last Saturday, and adds: Mr. Manning was greatly esteemed as a hold in the highest respect by the whole community. Of solid judgment and inflexible purpose, pure in heart and simple in manners, he was a man, in the opinion of his friends, capable of greatness, had circumstances or ambition prompted him to achieve it. h last Saturday, and adds: Mr. Manning was greatly esteemed as a hold in the highest respect by the whole community. Of solid judgment and inflexible purpose, pure in heart and simple in manners, he was a man, in the opinion of his friends, capable of greatness, had circumstances or ambition prompted him to achieve it.