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vices, rightly presented *d understood, offerone of the noblest * to be found in the World's history. To present such * "graphy is the single aim of this book. It is a recordo
"f personal affection, and to Produce and present a faithful Portrait of the *an as he was.
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oved to be entirely trustworthy. In the records of his earlier WARD H. Taxon and WILLIAM H.