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1 Mr. Charles J. Brockway, who was two years Lloyd's junior, and recalls him as ‘a handsome and an attractive youth, unusually dignified in his bearing for so young a man.’ says, in reference to this oration, that Lloyd practised his declamation in the ‘groves and green fields on the outskirts of his native town.’ ‘Old Maid's Hall,’ now a part of Oak Hill Cemetery, was one of his resorts for this purpose.
2 An acrostic addressed to William Goss Crocker, on his departure for Liberia, and signed ‘G.,’ on page 160 of the fifth volume of the Liberator (1835), gives evidence of their continued friendship, however.
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