with his name.
It was his last utterance in public; for, before the close of the next year, he fell in Virginia, at the head of his regiment, in a desperate battle.
His body was brought home to Massachusetts, and lay in state at Faneuil Hall a day, when it was taken to Marshfield, and buried by the side of his illustrious father, ‘and there it will remain for ever.’
1868. E. P. DUtton and Co. Boston,.
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