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testimonial of his worth, and an expression of their sense of loss in his decease. They recognize the service he has rendered to the cause of education, and would witness to its great value. They also gratefully acknowledge their indebtedness to him, for his interest in his native town, especially for his wise and careful selection of the books for the library, with which his name is associated. Its value is in no small degree owing to his painstaking labor.

They would testify to his worth as a man, and to the great good that his life work has accomplished.

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Berwick & Smith,


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