V. List of obituary works.
, H. L. (H. U. 1860).
In Memoriam H. L. A. Ob
May VI., A. D. 1864.
Quis desiderio sit pudor aut modus Tam cari capitis?
: Printed for Private Distribution
. 1864. 8vo.
(H. U. 1863).
A Sermon preached in the Bowdoin Square Church
, Sunday, Dec. 25, 1864, by the Pastor, on the Death of Capt. Winthrop Perkins Boynton
, Co. D, 55th Mass. Regiment, who fell at the battle of Honey Hill
, November 30, 1864. ‘He being dead yet speaketh.’
: J. M. Hewes
, Printer, 65 Cornhill.
1865. 8vo. pp. 16.
, W. (H. U. 1853).
Proceedings of the Suffolk Bar
upon the Occasion of the Death of Wilder Dwight
, with the Reply of the Court
Obiit 19 September, 1865, Aet. 30.
Riverside Press. 8vo.
(H. U. 1843).
: Being a Life Sketch of a New England
Clergyman and Army Chaplain
By Richard F. Fuller
. ‘I must do something for my country.’
‘Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.’
, and Company, 245 Washington Street. 1864. 12mo.
(H. U. 1854).
The Recompense, a Sermon for Country and Kindred, delivered in the West Church, August 24, by C. A. Bartol
(H. U. 1860).
Memorial of Henry Ware Hall, Adjutant
51st Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers.
An Address delivered in the First Church
, Dorchester, Mass.
, Sunday, July 17, 1864, by Thomas B. Fox
With an Appendix.
Printed by Request for Private Circulation
: Printed by John Wilson
and Son. 1864. 8vo.
, C. R. (H. U. 1854).
An Address spoken in the College Chapel
, October 28, 1864, at the Funeral of Brig.
—Gen. Charles Russell Lowell