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1 With a flippancy which hardly became a sacred place, and with a superficiality of judgment that was hardly expected, even from such a quarter, and while the dead Senator's body was resting in this city, on its way to the grave, the remark was made from a celebrated pulpit, that he had lived three years too long. It is a matter of sincere congratulation, among men who entertain a different opinion, that the Supreme Council that determined that matter was not swayed by the popular declaimer who made the remark.
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