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“ [105] ties of kindred, knew, loved, and honored him.” On one side of the stone we read these lines-

Pause in thy onward way; one resteth here,
Who claims the simple reverence of a tear.
Single in heart, in conduct firm and pure,
Direct in purpose, in affection sure,
He graced, what few can grace, a humble path;--
This sod his body holds, but God his spirit hath.

William Gallagher.

This monument is on the visiter's left as lie walks up Central Avenue from the gateway. If lie turn aside a short distance into the thin woods on his right,--a comparatively sequestered, but highly attractive part of the grounds,--he will soon find himself in Green-briar Path. Here stands a sarchophagus marked with the

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