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Headquarters Co. A., lst Kegt., M. S. T. j Aim Arbor, Mich., April 23, 1888. ( Whereas, it has pleased God to remove from our rauks our most esteemed and worthy comrade, Sergeant John J. Burns, and Whereas, we have learned of his sudden and untlmely death with profound torrow; be it Resolved, that we bear testlmony to the manly diameter aud christian virtues of our departtd friend. Hls strict integrity of character, his marked fidellly to duty, hls patriotic zeal and hls cheerful unassumingmannershaveendeared him to all with whom he associated, and have made him one whose loss will be keenly feit by us. To his bereaved parents and sisters, whose brlghtest hopes now droop like failing fiowers upon his breast, we extend the assurance of our warmest sympathy. Though stricken down in the full tide ofearly manhood, cut off from all its hopes, aspirations and victories, we yet leel that hls life was a complete success ; Kesolreii, that the exemplary conduct and character of our departed comrade has left a deep impression on our minds and that we will always cherish the memory of his noble and honorable life. Resolved, that, as an expression of our sorrow, this company wear the usual emblems of mourning for a perlod of sixty days. Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be presented to the parents of the deceased. l'assed by the unanimous vote of the Company, April 23, 1888.


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Ann Arbor Register