Excerpt from Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lindley Murray: In a Series of Letters
My mother was a woman of an amiable dispo aition, and remarkable for mildness, humanity, and liberality of sentiment. She was indeed, a faithful and affectionate wife, a tender mother, and a kind mistress. Irecollect with emotions of affection and gratitude, her unwearied solici tude for my health and happiness. This excel lent mother died some years after I had been settled in life. And though I had cause to mourn for the loss of her, yet I had reason to be thankful to Divine Providence, that I had been blessed with her for so long a period, and par ticularly through the dangerous seasons of child hood and youth.
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