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|In Memoriam: Benjamin Franklin Perry, Ex-Govenor of South Carolina, Born November 20, 1805, Died December 3, 1886 (Classic Reprint)
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The best evidence of a man's value in the world and of his character, is given by those who have felt and seen his work and known his life by direct observation of it and contact with him.
This memorial is intended to put in enduring form and in the hands of the friends and relatives of the late B. F. Perry, an outline sketch of his noble and useful life and a compilation of the expressions regarding him evoked by his death from the newspapers and leading men of his State where he was most intimately known, from the bar where he practiced so many years and from a few of the intimate friends and kinsmen who had the best right to know of his private and home life.
It is compiled and published by the widow, who during a married life of fifty years found in his character and life only what she could love, honor and be proud of, and whose care it is that the memory of his virtues and the example of his noble devotion to his duty and his country shall be preserved for future generations.
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