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In affectionate remembrance of Mary Elizabeth Leavenworth who entered into rest April 18th, 1880

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In affectionate remembrance of Mary Elizabeth Leavenworth who entered into rest April 18th, 1880

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    Available in PDF Format | In affectionate remembrance of Mary Elizabeth Leavenworth who entered into rest April 18th, 1880.pdf | English
    Anson G. Chester (Author)
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880* edition. Excerpt: ...to something of that serenity which was always, to me, one of her most beautiful charaeteristics. Mrs. Cutwater and Mrs. White specially request me to present to you assurances of their most sincere sympathy. From Qeoroe William Curtis, New York City. I thank you, with all my heart, for the opportunity of reading the beautiful and pathetic tribute to your wife: and, as I read, the comfortable lines repeated themselves in my mind--' Servant of God, well done I' Even in the few tender words that you semi, I seem to see one whom I never saw, and to understand, at once, something of your sorrow und of your consolation. You do not need this line to assure you of my true sympathy and friendly regard, but I am none the less glad to tell you of what you must know is the feeling of very many hearts beyond your immediate family cirele. From President Brown. Of Hamilton College. I was deeply grieved to sec in the papers of yesterday that you have been called to suffer so great a loss. I had not heard of Mrs. Leavenworth's increased illness, and, so smootbly and quietly has life moved along with you, that I, really, have thought of no probable change--at least, for the present. Mrs. Brown joins me in sincere sympathy for you and yours, and we both pray that you may have health and strength and every blessing needed under this great sorrow. P. S.--I open this to thank you for the tender and touching tribute to Mrs. L., which I have just received from you. How unspeakably blessed are the hopes we are permitted to indulge in such an hour as this! Prom The Honorarle Hiram Barney, Kinosrridok, New York. I wish to add my tribute to the dear memory of your departed wife and my sincere condolence with you in your great bereavement to that which my daughter offered...
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  • Anson G. Chester (Author)
  • RareBooksClub.com (8 July 2012)
  • English
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