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by Sidney Dean

Author: Sidney Dean
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Cornell University Library (January 1, 1865)
Pages: 26 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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Eulogy pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865 : on the occasion of the funeral solemnities of Abraham Lincoln, before His Excellency, James Y. Smith, Governor of the State of Rhode Island, members of the General Assembly, city authorities, the military, civic societies, and others.

on the occasion of the funeral solemnities of Abraham Lincoln, before His Excellency, James Y. Published 1865 by . Thomas & Co. in Providence.

Sidney Dean, of Warren, in the Senate of Rhode Island, Fe. 1, 1871. ---. Eulogy pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865: On the occasion of the funeral solemnities of Abraham Lincoln, before His Excellency, James Y. Thomas & C. 1865. --. History of banking and banks, from the bank of Venice to the year 1883. Boston: Pelham Studios, 1884. Kansas-slavery-the Lecompton Constitution

Eulogy Pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865, on the Occasion of the Funeral Solemnities of Abraham Lincoln : Before His Excellency, by Sidney Dean.

Eulogy Pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865, on the Occasion of the Funeral Solemnities of Abraham Lincoln : Before His Excellency, by Sidney Dean.

After the April 14, 1865 assassination of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, a three-week series of events mourned his death and memorialized his life. Funeral services and lyings in state were held in Washington, . and then in additional cities as a funeral train transported his remains for burial in his hometown of Springfield, Illinois. Lincoln's eldest son Robert Todd rode the train to Baltimore and then disembarked and returned to the White House.

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Full text of "Eulogy pronounced in the City Hall, Providence. Full text of "Two hundred and fifty-four sermons, orations, eulogies, poems and other pamphlets relating to Abraham Lincoln : to be sold at unrestricted auction sale. Title: Eulogy pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865, on the occasion of the funeral solemnities of Abraham Lincoln : before His Excellency, James Y. May Anti-Slavery Collection Eulogy pronounced in the City Hall, Providence, April 19, 1865, on the occasion of the funeral solemnities of Abraham Lincoln, before His Excellency, James Y. Smith

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On this 19th of April, 1865, Abraham Lincoln, the first President of these United States whose name and administra tion will be forever associated with Universal Emancipation, struck down by the assassin's hand, is carried to his burial at Washington; and a nation is in tears

On this 19th of April, 1865, Abraham Lincoln, the first President of these United States whose name and administra tion will be forever associated with Universal Emancipation, struck down by the assassin's hand, is carried to his burial at Washington; and a nation is in tears. The martyrs of Lexington and Baltimore died under the lurid skies of the morning, betokening a day of dark and doubt ful conflict. Abraham Lincoln died at eventide, when the sun, breaking through the scattering clouds, tinged them with gold and purple, giving promise for the morrow, and threw across the yet darkened.

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