Excerpt from In Memoriam: Edmund Hamilton Sears, 1810-1876; Ellen Bacon Sears, 1811-1897; Katharine Sears, 1843-1853
That particular time, there was a purity and whiteness of soul within him which shrank from everything that was vulgar or profane. If a syllable of the kind wa... s ever dropped in his presence, though he were in the full ¿ow of merriment, he would manifest no sympathy with it, and sometimes would plead with the simplicity of a child against its introduction. He was full of life and hope, took cheerful views of everything; and his genial spirit sent ¿ashes Of sunshine upon all around him.
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