[p. 24] honorable citizen, and man of letters, this man's life and public influence for fifty years in a single community is noteworthy, and deserves the full meed of praise. And as for the more personal facts of friendship and kinship, and the precious ties embraced therein, there are many hearts that will cherish him in the silent chambers of love and grateful memory.
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