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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1864., [Electronic resource], Burial of the Yankee Minister at Paris. (search)
nister to France. It says: "The last sad duties to the remains of the late American Minister to France were performed this afternoon in the American Chapel of the Rue-de-Berry. The reading of the opening services was shared in by the Rev. Dr. Sunderland, pastor of the church; the Rev. Dr. Cleveland, of New Haven, Connecticut, and the Rev. Mr. Lamson, of the American Episcopal Church in the Rue Bayard. The choirs of the two churches were united on the occasion, under the direction of Mr. Crane, and with the magnificent new organ, and the admirable solo voice of Mrs. Riggs, of New York, the effect of the service was grand and impressive.--Rev. Dr. Sunderland pronounced an able and appropriate eulogy on the eminent public services and private qualities of the deceased, and was in turn followed by Mr. Consul Bigelow, who also spoke at length in the warmest terms of praise and affection of the lost friend, the patriot, and the eminent public man. There were but few dry eyes in th