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be rebuked, now, in the elevation and solemnity of these hours which follow his death !

We write another name in the Calendar of Great Men. We place new trust in institutions and principles which breed such men among the common people !

His form has fallen but his name abides forever. The bad men who have filled our times with infinite mischiefs are passing away to eternal infamy. The Patriot and Christian Statesman, in bright apposition, shall rise to shine forever, like the stars in the firmanent.

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