Excerpt from January 1st, 1876; Centennial Demonstration, at Auburn, N. Y: A Report of the Proceedings, Including the Salutes and Flag Raising, the Names and Ages of the Committee, Officers, Clergy and Speaker, the Remarks of President Myers, and the Address of Judge Hall
As ... it was dedicated with religious services and an address, it is certainly proper to commemorate the event in a similar manner. It was an event of too much importance in its consequences to the country and to mankind, to be allowed to be forgotten by a people who have free institutions to preserve and a God to adore. I heartily concur with such Of my neighbors as think its centenary ought to be observed in Auburn. If thev desire me to do so, I will endeavor to contribute to the exercises.
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