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Let me say, in conclusion, that it was not because of Fitz Lee's fame as soldier, diplomat or eminent civillian, not because of his high birth and rare distinction that we love him most, but because his noble life and nature gave new meaning to noblesse oblige and the finest illustration that—

Kind hearts are more than coronets
And simple faith than norman blood.

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