mighty men which it has evolved, the name of Lafayette stands unrivalled in the solitude of glory. expected to flow from it. The imagination of Lafayette has caught across the Atlantic tide the sparthe great triumph of freedom.
The desire of Lafayette once more to see the land of his adoption an at the point of taking wing.
The prayer of Lafayette is not yet consummated.
Ages upon ages are m the summit of Pisgah.
It was not given to Lafayette to witness the consummation of his wishes insideration that all the principles for which Lafayette contended were practical.
He never indulgedclaration of Independence—to the point where Lafayette would have brought them, and to which he looonly, will be the time when the character of Lafayette will be appreciated at its true value throug the time for contemplating the character of Lafayette, not merely in the events of his life, but iunce that Time shall be no more, the name of Lafayette shall stand enrolled high on the list of the