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Obituary - AJf EXPEET PENMAN DEAD. THE WORE WHICH...
AJf EXPEET PENMAN DEAD. THE WORE WHICH BKKJAlfIX I. BRADT RAISED TO AX ART. Benjamin F. Brady, -who -who died at BelloYue Hospital Friday, was on of tbe most xpert penmen la tbe world. H tyled almaelf aa artiat penman. Hi work ba been lemons bere In New-York New-York New-York for many year, aad daring his life be probably ena-rossed ena-rossed ena-rossed mora official documents, memorial, album, and society reso lution man any other man in that line ot baal-nes. baal-nes. baal-nes. Specimens of bis handiwork are adattered tbroorbout tbe publlo building and In many private one. He ba bad 15 cold and ailver 1TiJ.fi a 1 a awMj.H hl. i ... - .". uiui ivi iRKjiuvni ui u ia arc. l-.arly l-.arly l-.arly in tbe sis tie be wa enrroaslnir- enrroaslnir- clerk for that 1a.m1 nf ,1.... . . a . niuviujoa, sou iur several year after tbat be did almost all tbe tine ornamental snirPAjialtia fisw ik. f 'i r f n . . . . of It for tbe State Government, v. e . oorn ,B tnu cl,y t0- t0- 27 1834, and bi talent with tbe pen was discovered wben he waa thnnt 7 i-au i-au i-au h li u . . . . . - - j y - u9 wuf hi talent to train a livinc Ions; before be waa 21 ' . m. -n -n rL-rviuioua rL-rviuioua rL-rviuioua vi uia wora in tne Crystal Palace, and these were destroyed at the swV wa wiv uao fauvsrv. XJO IDaUB aHOnT DT blal Worlr. ft. nil wltb thia has .r., t-.vi..i t-.vi..i t-.vi..i - - aew w BS ewsriajp sy lUUUIKB passion tbat he bad ror trarelinc He was aometblng aometblng of a tiobe trotter and made 10 trip i cross tbe Atlantic He studied for ftouie time la Flor-ence, Flor-ence, Flor-ence, Italy, bnt be often aald that no on eould teach him anything about hi art, nor could ha tSSflh It Irt a W na,a. .1.. . . . 11 . . ' J a,". aUWU WIS 1100. 011001- 011001- mensof hi work are the memorial to Arch- Arch- uisuup nuKues, wnicn nang in tbe bailway of tha naatnral Miltiana. a . , k . huge memorial, which wa ordered by the State for tbe Capitol at Albany in memory of Senator W ebster V agner ( drawing-room drawing-room drawing-room car eeiebfHr. anil LhA alKlim whl,,k waa - - a. u . w n sua Pnanuuw UI in. lector Alexsvaider 8. wmutiu. pondent ol the Jurf, Field antt farm, writing ---a ---a ---a ---a a. -vr -vr as a -a -a M It, .till VDOBfft, t9 orafttlnicm wrote poetrj. He had boea breakin " " v. iwhh MUUO, M1U BBU OeVQ t ISSUOVUe for nearlT six mouths. The oauae of hi death were Bright' disease and llTer trouble. Ha wa twice married. Both hi wive are dead. . T - wa iwau w tu. roamoopa oi Ola later. Mr. Anna TeeU, at 265 aat Twentv-tbird Twentv-tbird Twentv-tbird street. He was a thlrty-eond-dgre thlrty-eond-dgre thlrty-eond-dgre thlrty-eond-dgre thlrty-eond-dgre Mason, and tha funeral services will be eon-dnoted eon-dnoted eon-dnoted by thla organization at a o'clock thla afternoon. Mr. Brady beloncett to tbe Volunteer Volunteer Firemen's Association and wa ex-Ccmmo-?ore ex-Ccmmo-?ore ex-Ccmmo-?ore ex-Ccmmo-?ore ex-Ccmmo-?ore ot tba Waver ley Boat Club.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 02 Apr 1888, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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