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Copy from the Henry T. Bahnson Papers, 189()s, 1917 (#5()35z) in the Southern Historical Collection, Manuscripts Department, Wilson Library, 
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PAPERS 



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THE SILVER CORD LOOSED 

In the passing of Dr. Henry Theodore Bahnson, Winston- 
Salem loses a gentleman whose life has been an inspiration to the 
community. The highest principles of gentility were exemplified in 
his daily life while he was with us. Truly, he was a man of 
charming courtesy; a Christian gentleman whose ruling passion was 
nobility of purpose and purity of life. 

Dr. Bahnson was one of those rare spirits that are occasionally 
sent into the world to show the dignity to which mankind can 
attain by hearing only the call of that which is noble and uplifting. 
A man of versatile talents and wide experience, he could see the 
best in the men with whom he came in contact. He gave freely of 
the rich gifts with which he was endowed. 

He was known widely in North Carolina and other States as 
one of the State's leading physicians and surgeons. His life in this 
community was a life of service. He had learned long ago the 
lessons of love and of service. 

It is in moments when sadness reigns in a community that 
people realize more and more that a beautiful life is the most 
precious thing that any man can place upon the altar of his city, 
State, and country. While in the words of the Scripture, "the 
dust shall return unto dust", the hundreds who have been inspired 
by Dr. Bahnson's noble life among us, know that the "spirit has 
returned unto God who gave it". — Winston-Salem Journal. 

DOCTOR BAHNSON 

Not alone the medical fraternity of North Carolina, but the 
people as a whole, will experience a feeling of deep regret at the 
death of Dr. Henry T. Bahnson, at his home in Winston-Salem, 
Tuesday afternoon. Doctor Bahnson was one of the really ex- 
cellent men of the State, both in professional and private life. He 
was a man of deep learning and polished manners, and of a per- 
sonality that commanded the admiration of all with whom he came 
in contact. He held an honored place in the annals of the medical 
profession of the State. He filled a valuable place in the com- 
munity life of Winston-Salem, where his virtues were best known 
and therefore of highest appreciation, but throughout the entire 
State he had admirers who will sincerely mourn his departure. — 
Charlotte Observer. 



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RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY FORSYTH MEDICAL 

SOCIETY 

At a special meeting of the Forsyth County Medical Society, 
held Tuesday evening, January 16, 1917, the following resolutions 
were adopted : 

Resolved, That the Forsyth County Medical Society desires to 
place on record the great loss it has sustained in the death of Dr. 
Henry T. Bahnson, its senior member. 

For many years Dr. Bahnson has been the leading member of 
our society and has always stood in the front rank of our profession. 
We recall with much love and gratitude his many noble traits of 
character, both as a physician and as a man. With a heart ever 
ready to the appeal for aid, with discerning mind and skilful hand, 
he has never failed the call of a professional brother when in need 
of assistance, and he always brought hope and comfort to the friends 
of the patient, even when his efforts to resist the hand of Death were 
in vain. 

We admire and respect the firm stand he always took to uphold 
and protect the dignity of his profession. His voice was ever ready 
in condemnation of a violation of its ethics, though his heart made 
him slow in asking punishment for an erring brother. 

His geniality and ultra-etiquette as a friend and host is well 
known to all who have had the privilege of being entertained within 
his gates. 

We desire to express to the members of his family our respectful 
sympathy in their deep grief and to bespeak for them the consolation 
that he has gained the reward for a fight well fought and a case that 
IS won. 

Resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of 
our society; that a copy be furnished the daily papers; and that a 
copy be sent the family of the deceased. 

R. D. Jewett, 
D. N. Dalton, 
A. DE T. Valk, 

Committee. 



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THE SERVICE AT THE RESIDENCE 
Litany For the Burial of the Dead 

By Rev. J. K. Pfohl and Rev. H. E. Roudthaler 

O Lord, our God, in whom we live and move and have our 
being, 

Have mercy upon us. 

O Lord, our God, who turnest man to destruction ; and sayest, 
Return, ye children of men, 

Be gracious unto us. 

O Lord, our God, who dost not affh'ct willingly, nor grieve 
the children of men. 

Bless and comfort uSj we humbly pray. 

Holy Father, accept us as thy children in thy beloved Son, 
Jesus Christ, who came forth from thee, and came into the world, 
was made flesh, and dwelt among us, took on him the form of a 
servant, and hath redeemed us lost and undone human creatures 
from all sin and from death, with his holy and precious blood, 
and with his innocent suffering and dying; to the end that we 
should be his own, and in his kingdom live under him and serve 
him in eternal righteousness, innocence and happiness ; forasmuch 
as he, being risen from the dead, liveth and reigneth, world with- 
out end : 

Amen. 

Man that is born of woman is of few days, and full of trouble. 
He Cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down; he fleeth also as a 
shadow, and continueth not. 

The days of our years are threescore years and ten ; and if 
by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength, 
labor and sorrow ; for it is soon cut ofif and we fly away. 

Thou Saviour of the ivorld/ So teach us to number our days, 
that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. 

None of us liveth to himself, and no man dieth to himself; 
for whether we live, we live unto the Lord, and whether we die, 
we die unto the Lord ; whether we live therefore or die, we are the 
Lord's; for to this end Christ both died and rose and revived, that 
he might be Lord both of the dead and living. 

O Lord, what wait we for? Our hope is in thee. 



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Like as a Father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them 
that fear him. For he knoweth our frame, he remembereth that 
we are dust. 

The Lord raiseth them that are bowed down. 

He relieveth the fatherless and widow. 

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. 

The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon 
them that fear him, and his righteousness unto children's children. 

Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the 
Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort, who comforteth us 
in all our tribulation. 

The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be 
the name of the Lord. 

Blessed be his glorious name forever. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it ivas in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world 
without end: Amen. 

Hymn 366: "Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice" 

Jesus makes my heart rejoice, 
I'm his sheep and know his voice; 
He's a shepherd kind and gracious, 
And his pastures are delicious; 
Constant love to me he shows, 
Yea, my worthless name he knows. 

Trusting his mild staff always, 
I go in and out in peace; 
He will feed me with the treasure 
Of his grace in richest measure; 
When athirst to him I cry 
Living water he'll supply. 

Should not I for gladness leap 
Led by Jesus as his sheep? 
For when these blest days are over, 
To the arms of my dear Saviour, 
I shall be conveyed to rest; 
Amen, yea, my lot is blest. 

Prayer by Bishop Rondthaler: 

Oh ! most merciful Lord, our compassionate Saviour, Thou 
who seest all things, Thou knowest what we must do now. We 






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must carry this beloved physician away from his office, in which 
through the years he has relieved so much suffering; we must carry 
out of this house husband and father, who loved them all so well 
and so faithfully, and was so dearly loved in return. Help and 
comfort us all according to our present need; help us, our Father, 
in this solemn and tender and heart-appealing moment; help us to 
think less of the going out and more of the coming in. The little 
boy of the family has already come into the open door of his Father's 
house; the dear daughter has, in her day and hour, entered through 
the golden gateway, and now, in his turn, the father of the family 
has likewise been received into the house where the many mansions 
are. And now may we through faith in Jesus Christ, and by His 
grace, so follow on, that we may come through that same open 
door, where the separations of earth shall have been transfigured 
into the reunions of heaven through the sweet mercy of Jesus Christ 
who loved us, and gave Himself for us. Amen. 

SERVICE AT THE CHURCH 

Funeral March Chopin 

Dean H. A. Shirley 

Solo by Mrs. fV. J. Hege: "He Knows the Way" 

He knows the way, so long and dreary, 
That leads unto the perfect day; 
And I will trust Him with glad confiding, 
Content to think "He knows the way". 

Through clouds and sunshine He leads me still, 

I only trust, from day to day. 

Whate'er befalls me I fear no ill; 

My Father guides me — He knows the way. 

And when the clouds hang heavy o'er me, 
They are illumed by Hope's bright ray; 
I know God's sunshine lies just beyond them, 
And all the bright eternal day 

Through clouds and sunshine He leads me still, 

I only trust, from day to day. 

Whate'er befalls me I fear no ill ; 

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Scripture Reading by Dr. H. A. Brown 

Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God 
through our Lord Jesus Christ. 

By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein 
we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. 

And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also; knowing 
that tribulation worketh patience; 

And patience, experience ; and experience, hope ; 

And hope maketh not ashamed ; because the love of God is shed 
abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us. 

For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ 
died for the ungodly. 

For scarcely for a righteous man will one die; yet peradventure 
for a good man some would even dare to die. 

But God commendeth his love towards us, in that, while we 
were yet sinners, Christ died for us. 

Much more then, being now justified by his blood, we shall 
be saved from wrath through him. 

For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by 
the death of his Son ; much more, being reconciled, we shall be 
saved by his life. 

And not only so, but we also joy in God through our Lord 
Jesus Christ, by whom we have now received the atonement. 

— Romans 5: i to n 

And one of the elders answered, saying unto me, What are 
these which are arrayed in white robes? and whence came they? 

And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me. 
These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed 
their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb. 

Therefore are they before the throne of God, and serve him 
day and night in his temple; and he that sitteth on the throne shall 
dwell among them. 

They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more; neither 
shall the sun light on them, nor any heat. 

For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed 
them, and shall lead them unto living fountains of waters: and 
God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. 

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Memoir : Read by Bishop Rondthaler 

Our departed friend and brother, Dr. Henry Theodore Bahn- 
son, was the son of Bishop George Frederic and Sr. Ann Ger- 
trude Pauline Bahnson, m. n. Conrad. He was a member of a 
large family, all of whom have entered into rest, with the exception 
of one surviving brother, the Rev. George Frederic Bahnson, pastor 
of the Moravian Church at Coopersburg, Penn. 

Our departed brother was born in Lancaster, Penn., on March 
4th, 1845, and was baptized in his infancy. When he was four 
years of age, his father was called to the pastorate of the Moravian 
Congregation at Salem, N. C, where, in after years, he became the 
Southern Bishop of his Church, rendering memorable service, in 
maintaining hope and courage among his people during the terrible 
ordeal of the Civil War. His son was destined to become, like his 
father, an eminent citizen and servant of his community, which, 
throughout his life, he loved as his home. 

As a boy, he attended the old Salem Boys' School, from which 
he was transferred in 1858 to the well-known Moravian institution 
of Nazareth Hall in Pennsylvania, whence he passed for his further 
education into the Moravian College and Theological Seminary at 
Bethlehem. One who remembers him from those early years re- 
calls his alert frame and his bright and beautiful face, giving promise 
of a career which a long life has now worthily fulfilled. 

'J'he year 1862 brought with it for him, as for the young man- 
hood of the country, a momentous change. Early in the year he 
returned home, and, at once, volunteered into the Confederate Army. 
Then came the stirring years of service under General Lee in the 
famous Army of Northern Virginia. He was, at first, a private in 
Company G, Second North Carolina Battalion of Infantry. He was 
captured at Gettysburg, and imprisoned in Baltimore City jail, and 
Point Lookout, Maryland, for a period of six months — a short period, 
but one which sowed the seed of intense suffering in many and subse- 
quent years. In January, 1864, he was exchanged and in the course of 
the year was transferred into Company B, First North Carolina 
Battalion of Sharpshooters, in which he became known for his fearless 
spirit in many a terrible encounter. He was with General Lee to the 
day of the surrender, at Appomattox,~bright and active and un- 
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final struggle that he was appointed Captain of the Sharp- 
shooters, but, as the commission could not be delivered, he 
was able on many a happy occasion in his later life to refer to him- 
self as the only surviving private in the Civil War. Paroled at 
Appomattox, he walked the long, way home, arriving weary, sick 
and hungry at his father's door, and given up for dead, in April, 
1865. Active and fearless as he had been on the great scenes of 
warfare, and deeply interested, all his life, in the veterans of the 
conflict, and in their memorial occasions, his sympathetic spirit shrank 
with a peculiar horror from what he had seen and endured, so that 
for years he could hardly be persuaded to refer to these events, and 
especially to his own part in them; and when, at last, the ice was 
somewhat broken, his occasional addresses and papers — written in 
beautiful and vivid style — breathe out a tone of sympathy for all 
who suffered, whether with him or against him, which make them 
to be among the choicest pieces of our great war literature. 

The war over, he began to prepare himself for the profession 
which he had chosen. In 1867 he graduated in the medical course 
in the University of Pennsylvania, and received, in addition, his 
diploma in Practical and Surgical Anatomy — the line in which he 
himself became specially eminent, and in which he earned the life- 
long friendship of the great specialist under whom he had been in- 
structed, Dr. D. Hayes Agnew, of Philadelphia. Next he went 
abroad and studied at the Universities of Berlin, Prague and Utrecht, 
and finally returning home in 1869, entered upon his medical practice 
in Salem, North Carolina. His long service is a part of the medical 
history of his community, and of Western Carolina. The writer was 
once with him, on a distant pleasure journey, when a child was 
presented to the doctor, with a pitiful, distorted, suffering face. We 
can never forget how, under his sympathetic and skilful touch, the 
signs of suffering were smoothed away, a quick stitch here and there, 
or slight incision gave the little face a pleasing human look once 
more. It was as if a wonder had been wrought before our very 
eyes. So he went in and out for nearly fifty years among the sick 
and suffering. What he was for the needy, for the widow, for 
God's ministering servants, probably no one will ever know or 
even guess at, except, perhaps, some pastor whose work might lead 
him into the same homes and into similar occasions for service. Some 
thirty years ago he became the physician of the Salem Academy 



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and College. This appointment grew into a wide field for his 
peculiar gifts and capacities. He had a native genius for diagnosis, 
perfected by long study and practice, so that he became a very 
precious help to those in charge by skilful advice, which either 
comforted friends at a distance, or warned them of unexpected 
dangers in the case of their children. He loved the institution and 
cherished its students. As a lover of flowers, his own rich stores 
were at the frequent disposal of the "Academy" on its great oc- 
casions, and of its pupils in times of illness. His last notable service 
was in the Spring of 1916, when he led the completely successful 
effort to ward off a threatening epidemic from the College, an effort 
so wisely planned and carried out as to earn the commendation 
both of Federal and State inspectors and to deserve the lasting grati- 
tude both of the institution and of the community. 

Such a career naturally called for wide commendation both at 
home and abroad. He was, at the time of his death, Local Surgeon 
of the Southern Railway, and also Chief Surgeon of the Southbound 
Railway Company. He had been President of the Association of 
Surgeons of the Southern Railway, President of the North Carolina 
Medical Society, President of the State Board of Health; Secretary 
of the State Board of Medical Examiners ; Member of the Board of 
Directors of the State Hospital at Morganton, Member of the Amer- 
ican Public Health Association, of the Tri-State Medical Associa- 
tion, Honorary Member of the Virginia and other Medical Socie- 
ties, and at time of his departure his nomination lay before the 
Board for fellowship in the American College of Surgeons. 

Our departed friend and brother had been married to Miss 
Adelaide de Schweinitz, daughter of Bishop de Schweinitz, on 
November 3rd, 1870. The young wife was quickly called from his 
side, on August 3rd, 1871. His second marriage on April 14th, 
1874, was to Miss Emma C. Fries. Their union was blessed with 
six children. Twice the shadow of death came to rest on this house- 
hold, the little son Henry was called away, and the lovely daughtel 
Carrie has long since gone to the Saviour. Four children survive — 
Messrs. Frederic I. and Agnew Bahnson, Mrs. Holt Haywood, 
of New York, and Miss Pauline Bahnson. It was a most af- 
fectionate family circle, and one in which helpers and dependents 
were most kindly considered. And the end corresponded with the 
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the sons were in constant attendance in and around the sufferer's 
sick chamber. The daughter living at a distance came when she 
could, and received her father's smile of recognition at the end of 
her long journey, less than an hour before he died. Helpers, nurses 
and physicians vied with each other to relieve the sufferings of one 
who had relieved so many others. 

Doctor Bahnson had been baptized in his infancy ; he was con- 
firmed in the First Church of Philadelphia on July 29, 1866. His 
religious convictions had been deepened during the war; he had 
read the Greek New Testament through from cover to cover, as 
he carried it in his knapsack through the weary marches of the 
long campaign. These convictions abode with him for a lifetime. 
The reading of the Scriptures and family devotions were the steady 
and unfailing rule of his life, and his character and the practice of 
his profession corresponded with his religious Christian views. He 
entered freely into religious interests, and was one of the most 
faithful subscribers to the Young Men's Christian Association. He 
dearly loved the Church of his father and mother, served in its 
various offices, liberally aided in its work; was a member of its 
College and Theological Seminary Board to the time of his de- 
parture. 

For years our dear friend and brother had been a sufferer, to 
whom occasional journeys and seasons of recreation afforded but 
partial relief and to whom outdoor life, almost to the end, proved 
to be the main and blessed tonic of refreshment. Amid increas- 
ing physical burdens, he resolutely continued his medical work, 
until, at last, on September 8th, 1916, the weary frame had to 
cease from its lifelong toil. The valley of the shadow through 
which he must needs pass proved long and dark with suffering, 
though to the end, with characteristic fortitude, he rejected as far 
as possible the medicines calculated to relieve what was almost 
unendurable; having faced death so often, he wanted to be brave 
to the last. But there was more than fortitude to sustain him, 
there was faith. One of the last days of his life he was ponder- 
ing the Saviour's promised grace, the "promise" as he faintly gasped 
it out from praying, dying lips. And so it came to pass, that 
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upon his dying head, he almost imperceptibly entered into rest 
at 1 :55 P. M., Tuesday, January 16th, 1917, at the age of 71 years, 
10 months and 12 days. 

Hark, hark my soul! Angelic songs are swelling 
O'er earth's green fields and ocean's wave-beat shore. 
How sweet the truth those blessed strains are telling 
Of that new life, where sin shall be no more; 

Angels of Jesus, angels of light. 

Singing to welcome the pilgrims of the night. 

Onward we go, for still we hear them singing, 
"Come, weary souls! for Jesus bids you come!" 
And through the dark its echoes sweetly ringing. 
The music of the gospel leads us home. 

Rest comes at length; though life be long and dreary, 
The day must dawn and darksome night be past; . 
Faith's journey ends in welcome to the weary, 
And Heaven, the heart's true home, will come at last. 



Funeral Address— By Bishop Rondthaler 

My brethren, my friends: The other evening I was standing 
beside the remains of my lifelong friend, and was looking upon his 
face and upon his form as they lay before me beautiful even in 
death. I then felt that in a sense I was very near to him and yet, 
in another sense, that he was so very far removed. I felt that 1 
could easily touch the arm upon whose friendly faithfulness I had 
so often leaned in times of urgent need, during the long years, 
and yet the scenes of eternity already lay wide and far between 
him and me. So it is, iny brethren, we are traveling life's paths; 
we are working our way through life's experiences; we are joying, 
we are sorrowing, we are toiling as best we can; and yet, all the 
while, my brothers, we are traveling, we are toiling, we are joying, 
we are sorrowing along the very edge of that which stretches like 
a vast sea, into the great Beyond, into the Eternal. Do we think 
about it, my brethren, do we think about it often enough? Do 
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Do we realize the fact of the nearness of the other world, sufficiently 
to be able to touch that which is divine and immortal, in the 
way of obedience to Jesus Christ, the divine and immortal Lord? 
My brethren, you who adorn your medical profession amonjz;st us, 
with your skilful and faithful services, I am sure you often feel 
what I am now going to say, how a patient lies before you for 
whom you have done all that medical knowledge and skill enable 
you to do; you feel that you have now come to the end of all your 
resources ; you know that your patient cannot live this mortal life 
very much longer; perhaps the very next moment will bring the 
end. And what then? Does it not thrill your soul sometimes, 
in such a case, to remember that there is another Physician, the 
blessed Saviour, who can take up your work, the very best that 
you have been able to do for your patient, and give him health 
and peace in the great Beyond, on the very edge of which you 
stand as you give your last ministry to your dying brother? 

Then the vast Beyond that sometimes seems so distant, my 
brethren, is brought very near to you and me, and to all of us. 

On the second last evening of our dear Doctor's life he was 
facing all these mysteries in the light of faith, of faith in Jesus 
Christ his Saviour; he was conning over those memorable words 
of our Lord, to his Apostles: "My grace is sufficient for you, for 
my strength is made perfect in weakness", and though his voice was 
very faint and feeble they heard him say, as if he were saying it 
to himself, "the promise, the promise, the promise". 

My brethren and friends, some of you are the surviving war 
comrades of our departed brother; some of you have been his asso- 
ciates in the noble art of healing; some of you have been the re- 
cipients of his skilled and faithful care as your medical adviser; 
some of you have, perhaps, enjoyed — as very many have done — 
his charitable services. Let me say, in closing, a word to you all, 
as I stand over the remains of one of my oldest friends, and let 
me say it out of the last experiences of this beloved physician, that 
faith in Jesus is all-sufficient. It is soft and gentle as a silken thread, 
and yet it is as strong as a fibre of steel. It is faith which grasps 
the promise, of which our dear dying friend spoke: "My grace is 
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Solo by Rev. J. K. Pfohl, Pastor 

Some day the silver cord will break, 
And I no more as now shall sing; 
But oh the joy when I awake 
Within the palace of the King. 

Chorus 

And I shall see him face to face 
And tell the story saved by grace! 
And I shall see him face to face 
And tell the story — saved by grace. 

Some day my earthly house will fall, 
I cannot tell how soon 'twill be; 
But this I know — my All in all 
Has now a place in heav'n for me. 

Some day! Till then I'll watch and wait, 
My lamp all trimmed and burning bright. 
That when my Saviour opes the gate 
My soul to Him may take its flight. 

Prayer — Rev. H. E. Rondthaler: Our Heavenlj^ Father, look 
Thou upon us now with tender nearness in this hour when we seek 
aflFectionately to do those last offices to the remains of our dear 
friend, and in Thy sympathy and pity help us now to look beyond 
those things which are mortal and to see those things which are 
immortal, and to seek Thee, Thou who art our God and Thou 
who dost draw near us because Thy strength is made perfect in 
our weakness and because Thy grace is sufficient. 

We thank Thee, our Heavenly Father, for all that this hour 
means to us, for the loving recollections of Thy servant our dear, 
dear friend. We thank Thee for those many evidences of courage, 
of which we have again been reminded in this hour. We thank 
Thee for having had the opportunity to know Thy servant in 
so many intimate and affectionate ways, as our neighbor, and as 
a good friend through all these years and as our physician, and 
we thank Thee, our Heavenly Father, for all the comfort, strength 
and encouragement this dear friend has been to us in so many 
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We pray Thee, that when we shall again return to the ac- 
customed ways of our daily life, yet with one absent, who has 
been so much with us, we pray that all the strength, all the sweet- 
ness and all the spirituality of this moment may remain with us 
and make us to see life in Thy light, and make us to know Thee 
and to have a faith in God that will leave us quiet and comforted 
every day and will lead us to the end and enable us ourselves to 
find Thy strength made perfect in our weakness. 

Hear our prayer, Lord, be with us, Oh! be with us now, in 
Jesus' name we ask. Amen. 

Hymn: "Abide With Me" 

Abide with me; fast falls the eventide; 
The darkness deepens: Lord, with me abide! 
When other helpers fail, and comforts flee, 
Help of the helpless, oh, abide with me! 

I need Thy presence every passing hour: 
What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power? 
Who like Thyself my guide and stay can be? 
Through cloud and sunshine, oh, abide with me! 

I fear no foe with Thee at hand to bless: 
Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. 
Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory? 
I triumph still, if Thou abide with me! 

Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes, 
Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies; 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee; 
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me! 



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SERVICES AT THE GRAVE 

Lord, have mercy upon us. 
Chris/, have mercy upon us. 
Lord, have mercy upon us. 
Christ, hear us. 

Lord God, our Father, which art in heaven. 

Hallowed be thy name; thy kingdom come; thy will he done 
in earth, as it is in heaven; give us this day our daily bread; and 
forgive us our trespasses, as ice forgize them that trespass against 
us; and lead us not into temptation, hul deliver us from evil: for 
thine is the kingdom, and the poiver, and the glory, forever and 
ever: Amen. 



Lord, God, Son, thou Saviour of the world, 
Be gracious unto us. 

By thy human birth. 

By thy prayers and tears, 

By all the troubles of thy life, 

By the grief and anguish of thy soul. 

By thine agony and bloody sweat, 

By thy bonds and scourgings. 

By thy crown of thorns, 

By thine ignominious crucifixion. 

By thy sacred wounds and precious blood. 

By thy atoning death, 

By thy rest in the grave, 

By thy glorious resurrection and ascension. 

By thy sitting at the right hand of God, 

By thy divine presence. 

By thy coming again to thy church on earth, or our being called 
home to thee. 

Bless and comfort us, gracious Lord and God. 

Lord, God, Holy Ghost, 

Abide with us forever. 

I am the Resurrection and the Life, saith the Lord; he that 
believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And who- 
soever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. 

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henceforth ; yet, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their 
labors. 

O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? 
The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law; but 
thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord 
Jesus Christ. 

Amen. 

Now to the earth let these remains 

In hope committed be, 
Until the body changed attains 

Blest immortality. 

PFe poor sinners pray. 

Hear us gracious Lord and God; 

And keep us in everlasting fellowship with the Church trium- 
phant, and let us rest together in thy presence from our labors. Amen. 

Glory be to him who is the Resurrection and the Life, who 
quickeneth us, while in this dying state, and, after we have obtained 
the true life, doth not sufiFer us to die any more. 

Glory be to him in the church which waiteth for him, and in 
that which is around him, forever and ever. Amen. 

The Saviour's blood and righteousness 

My beauty is, my glorious dress; 
Thus well arrayed I need not fear, 

When in his presence I appear. 

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and 
the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with us all. Amen. 



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