WASHINGTON, GEORGE, EULOGY OF JOHN CARROLL
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Address, with other churchmen, on the occasion of the death of George Washington, 2/22/1800. C. speaks of the public and private virtues of George Washington, his power as a wise statesman; "he still lives in the grateful hearts of his fellow citizens." Says that "not the least flaw was discernible in him." Firmness and superior wisdom. Delivered at St. Joseph (sic).