Penina Hayden death

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Penina Hayden death - !, ' I ,,. ' ; : t'OM Ml- MCATID.J T J .V. OKiL...
!, ' I ,,. ' ; : t'OM Ml- MCATID.J T J .V. OKiL Imp rcsitlcnce in Tike countv.Mo.. Mrs. ri viN a Hatpi n, contort of Dr. James j R. Havden, formerly of Marion County, V.. " ,1.- ".I., ' ,.fl..-e rrrn nf.er J ' ' Iaino nincss cl lour we ..Lc bcin" a! ul,"o , severe attack of fever, which she bore with christian fortitude Mrs. Hayikn. from quite a tender age, ; (at which the writer of these remarks , , . , . . i became, aim coii.ii.ncu .......... - :aiiita;ice,) possessed an amiable and : engaging disposition hc professed re-' jigion about thirteen years ago, and le-camc le-camc a member cf the Roman Catholic Church, wili.fSfirs a good profession fri in that time, to the ,y of her death. During her illness she was frequently frequently converged with on the subject of death, both by her husband a.'Kl menus , in rrcncral. Mie at all limes said she v:is rcat'v ard iiling to obey the summons: summons: and oi ie:: expressed a strong confidence confidence in the merits of the blessed Sa-iuiir; Sa-iuiir; and at r.o period of her sickness did she doubt her div ine acceptance not a cloud r-ppcai-ed to f.it across her pcacc-f..1 pcacc-f..1 It mav be truly said, that she died the death i f the christian, and in full Lith and eoiifidtr.ee i;i the doctrines cf the churcii to which she belonged. She has left an affectionate husband and three children, two sons a:el a daughter, together together with many relations and acquaintances acquaintances to lr.crn their loss. Our f: is. nd is gone! Her voice is no inoi c hean! on earth. Her scat is found vacant the church has been bcrelt of - .. t i . . i.. l..., one tjl us nr.g.iicsi u.h.uiiuh friends are h it clad in the habiliments of mourning. Bi.t tiicy soi row not as these that l.ae no hope their los is her eternal eternal gain. It lecomcs tts meekly lo sub-t sub-t ,U to this ilrt-ke of Divine Providence, ' r.nd say '-it is the Lord." He has a j ! light to his own, we niu.-tr.ot murmur; '- but let us imitate her who through fai'.h i and patience Las inherited the promises. ' May all her Ei.rv iv h fi lends fmlow her example as she fallowed Chntt s. ana be prepared lo meet her in that better land where parting is no more, Her days on earth are swiftly fled, :i Alas! tlie's numbered with the dead; Yet high, where blessed spirits roam, An angel bath conveyed lur home, lit r j'-ys on earth, are now all o'er, And wctd.a!! see her here r.o more; Yet in that world where Jesus is. Hie feasts on purest heavenly bliss. And w hi'.e we mourn her lo'-s below While tears of sorrow sadly flow; Let con.f.irt to our hearts be given, As she i gone from earth to Heaven. A Fkiisb.

Clipped from The Radical04 Nov 1843, SatPage 3

The Radical (Bowling Green, Missouri)04 Nov 1843, SatPage 3
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