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2 of the unfortunate poor of our city; the cheering visits he has paid to the hospitals and homes of the sick; the confidence he has installed in the hearts of the despondents; the spirit of hope he has spread in dark places; and the sunbeams and graces and charms of life, into which he has lead the suffering and the prosperous alike. May his life, as it ripens, lead him into perpetual enjoyment of all of the sunshine, grace and charm, which he bestows upon his fellow-men. Very sincerely yours, Charles L. Freer