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Major Rathbone's Account.
Miss Harris's Account...
Captain McGowan's Account.
Hon. M. B. Field's account of the death.
III. THE EFFECT ON THE COUNTRY..
The World Editorial
Speech of General Butler.
Speech of Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson
Speech of Ex. President Pierce...
Sermon of Rev. Dr. Gurley on Easter Sunday.
Sermon of Rev. Henry W. Bellows...
Sermon of Archbishop McCloskey.
Sermon of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher..
IV. THE FUNERAL AT WASHINGTON.
Prayer of Bishop Simpson..
Faith in God, a Sermon on the Death of the President, by the
Rev. P. D. Gurley, D.D..
Prayer by Dr. Gray..
Order of the Procession .
Prayer by Dr. Gurley at the Capitol .
V. FUNERAL OBSERVANCES IN OTHER CITIES
Circulars of Bishops..
Address of Ralph W. Emerson, at Concord.
Address of General Banks at New Orleans
VI. THE FUNERAL CORTEGE FROM WASHINGTON TO SPRINGFIELD .. 161
Prayers of Rev. Dr. Gurley.
Obsequies in Baltimore..
HE filled the Nation's eye and heart,
An honored, loved, familiar name;
So much a brother, that his fanie Seemed of vur lives i common part.
Ilis towering figure, sharp and spare,
Was with such nervous tension strung,
As if on each strained sinew swung The burden of a people's care.
His changing face what pen can.draw?
Pathetic, kindly, droll, or stern;
And with a glance so quick to learn The inmost truth of all he saw.
Prune found no idle space to spawn
Her fancies in liis busy mind;
His worth-ike health or air-could find No just appraisal till withdrawn.
He was bis Country's - not his own!
He had no wish but for her weal;
Nor for himself could think or feel But as a laborer for her throne.
Her flag upon the heights of power,
Stainless and unassailed to place
To this one end his earnest face
Charles G. Hepine.