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This brings us to Cedar Avenue, where we find the name of “Melzar Dunbar” on one stone, and that of “Lienow” on another,--the latter an unfinished column, like Dr. Bigelow's.

Stillman Lothrop.

Peacefully shaded by this oak, sleeps Eliza Ann Lothrop, who died Dec. 7th, 1835, in the 19th year of her age.

Her life was free from guile,
Her trust was in Christ.

On Poplar Avenue, the stranger's eye will be arrested by the monument of “McLellan,” railed in (as are many others) with an elegant iron fence. Among the names on the tablets, each side of the door of the tomb

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