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    TOPSHAM, ME., FEB. 17, 1864

    Dear Brother and Sister White: We are now at brother Howland’, the place of the scene of deep affliction that you have lately passed through in the loss of your dear Henry. I could hardly realize that he was dead till coming here where we spent several days so pleasantly together last fall, the last time I saw him. Here we have heard from the lips of this kind family the touching account of his last days. The sight of the melodeon on which he played, and of the room in which he sang so sweetly, and of his own likeness hanging on the wall, and of the very pieces of work 1The work referred to was the Prophetic and Law of God Charts. on which we labored together for a few days, cause me to miss him very much, and touch a tender chord of sympathy in my heart for you who have thus been bereaved. Here I have also first had the privilege of perusing the book entitled, “An appeal to the Youth.”2The first edition. It is just what should be in every family. I shall do all I can to extend its circulation. How true the motto of the book, “He being dead yet speaketh.” I could but weep while reading the book. I believe it will be made, with the blessing of God, a source of much good.
    J. N. Loughborough.
    APYO 93.2

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