Thomas Jefferson Death
THOMAS JEFFERSON s' so mi5re ! His death was as. wonderful as his life had been$ for jt happened n' te day w)iich his Declaration of Independence has sanctified forever. At 10 minutes before 1 o'clock on thVith instant,' he brea tried his last; Who dould imagine a more glorious death ! Sure- Sure- . - . not be deemed unfeeling to say, ' I -tit frripf nf tllA natinn for ic lnco rf ?4o taK V V m aayawav W l V AJ ij& J 1 X lO brightest ornament: may find alleviation, if it be not entirely-bahishec entirely-bahishec entirely-bahishec by the reflection that .he died in an hour so glorious! in the hour when ten pillions of free people were breathing the prayers of their full hearts for the perpetuity of Institutions based and built Upon his Declaration ! On these prayers his spirit ascended to Heaven! In the day and Iwur of Jubilee he died! Vonderful are the ways of the Lord!