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Thus closes the sad account from which we have copied, and as we read character it proves that the gay, dashing soldier possessed such worth as not only to attract, but to retain the affection of those with whom he was most intimately associated. May his deeds be long cherished by those who love the cause for which he so willingly laid down his life.

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