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Parent Issue
Day
1
Month
August
Year
1846
Copyright
Public Domain
Obituary
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In Ann Arbor, on the 23ih inst., Mr. John Otis, :u the2Ist yc'ir' of liis oge. Short nnd pninful was the ülnesa ihat huuricd him to thé toinb. Dëiuh was clothed in sack cloth, nccompanied whh detp mourning, when uuryoung friend was loid in the eorth's cold bo8om. Passionle63. pule nd lüclesshin body now 8leepswiih the greoi cïead. The sound ofmirth n nv fulls co!d upon the heaits of hiseurviving relalivt'3 nnJ friends. To iLem it secmslike bitter mockery, to c'ee even a smilo jimid '.lie dark 8hade8 of death and decay. M?iy these heavy waves of advcreity and deep rcflectiona, bring tliem into n closer walk with God, wiih whom the spirits of thé c'ead nw live in the spirit world. S. M. ■