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He is eminently practical, useful & helpful in the discharge of all his duties & responsibilities, whether as a Christian Minister, or in respect to work of charity, or as a Citizen. He is a gentleman in refinement, & in his feelings & manners. He has eminent qualifications - to discharge well every trust; whether ecclesiastical or civil; and under all circumstances unbounded confidence may be placed in his integrity, his honor & his patriotism.

A. C. Paige
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