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Excerpt from Of Henry Richard: The Apostle of Peace
For poor my eloquence My worth to tell, And small the need, embalmed in every heart Shall live thy memory.
The career and incidents of his early life and manhood are generally well - known, and though comparatively unimportant, a reference to them may possibly be of interest, for they were the preliminary discipline in training and qualifying him, under the guiding hand of an All-wise Power, to those wider spheres of public usefulness and splendid service for peace and freedom, in which he has justly won an enduring and an honourable fame.
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