The Bengal Obituary; Or, a Record to Perpetuate the Memory of Departed Worth, Being a Compilation of Tablets and Monumental Inscriptions from Various Parts of the Bengal and Agra Presidencies. to Which Is Added Biographical Sketches and

The Bengal Obituary; Or, a Record to Perpetuate the Memory of Departed Worth, Being a Compilation of Tablets and Monumental Inscriptions from Various Parts of the Bengal and Agra Presidencies. to Which Is Added Biographical Sketches and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1851 edition. Excerpt: ... death was not less felt and regretted as a public loss than it was lamented as a private misfortune by his friends and family, to whom he was endeared by his social and domestic virtues. This Monument has been erected by a voluntary association of persons who were long and intimately acquainted with his merits and character, and who were desirous of thus evincing by a lasting memorial their sentiments of sincere esteem and regard. Sacred to the Memory of Francis William Bre.die, son of William and Louisa Brodie, who departed this life 16th of August 1822, aged 3 years, 6 months and 10 days The tender plant which sweetly grew To bloom it promis'd fair, And nourish'd by the morning dew Death's tempest would not spare. But had kind mercy surely smil'd To view the stroke death hurl'd, Since thou art now remov'd, dear child, But from a woeful world Now angels thine companious are, Thine home, the reahns of bliss, And high thy dear Redeemer's care, Where God thy father is. Sacred to the beloved Memory of Anna Maria Barwell, daughter of Thomas Henchman, Esq. formerly of the H. Company's Civil Service, and wife of Charles Richard Barwell, Esq. Judge and Magistrate of the suburbs of Calcutta, by whom this memorial of her has been erected in testimony of the devoted attachment and affection that united him to the beloved partner, whose loss the visitation of providence condemns him to suffer and deplore. Obit. 14th March 1822. Here lie the remains of Mr. William Ronald, of Glasgow, a man who never either envied nor injured another, died 23d June 1821, aged 37 years. This simple tribute to his Memory is erected by a brother. Interdum Lacrym ic iondera vocis habent. Also the remains of his brother, Mr. Basil Ronald, formerly a Lieut, in the H. C. Madras...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 699g
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  • English
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  • 1236495616
  • 9781236495617