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Chapter 19: Mr. Sumner's House at Washington. his love of art. last Sickness and death. obsequies at Washington. meeting of the General Court. meeting at Faneuil Hall. remarks of J. B. Smith. remains at the Doric Hall. services at King's Chapel. at Mount Auburn. personal Appearance of Mr. Sumner. religious Views. his works. his style. his integrity. his consistency. his statesmanship and learning. his fame. In the long roll of martyrs in the cause of liberty, the name of Charles Sumner shall stand conspicuous, as worthy of the applause and reverence of manhood.--William L. Garrison. The dear and noble Sumner! My heart is too full for words; and in deepest sympathy of sorrow I reach out my hands to thee, who loved him so well. He has died as he wished to, at his post of duty, and when the heart of his beloved Massachusetts was turned toward him with more than the old-time love and reverence. God's peace be with him!--John G. Whittier. He had