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ne. Seward prefers that Lincoln should be in the Presidency to wearing the purple himself, and Everett, at an early age, sacrificed the Church for the State. We should like to hear Seward's funeralgged, the subject is not a pleasant one for reflection, and we would dismiss it altogether. Edward Everett was a great scholar, a great orator, and once an ardent champion of the Constitution. No oned to the whole system of coercion, and shudder at its gigantic horrors of blood and crime. Edward Everett might, at least, have drawn his mantle about him and looked sadly and in silence on the iniqnot have joined the hungry pack and rushed, panting and howling, in the race for blood. Edward Everett was an orator and a scholar, but posterity will never pronounce him a great man. It requirese most habitual and exclusive devotion to principle are absolutely essential to a great man. Edward Everett might describe the character of Washington, but he never could imitate the qualities which h
There were just three days difference in the age reached by Daniel Webster and Edward Everett at the time of their respective deaths. The former was seventy years, nine months and six days, the latter seventy years, nine months and three days old. An old actor, Louis Kramer, has just died at Geneva in a singular way. He was playing King Lear, and in his excitement swallowed a portion of his artificial beard, which stuck in the windpipe and choked him. What's the use of a seal of war to a standing army?