But I am already violating
an ancient & approved maxim
"de mortuis nil nisi bonum."
Mr Johnson was also a devout
man, & in fair weather, a good
mentor for all the well disposed
[?]. He was generally respected
& loved. I may say admired.
He would doubtless have ap-
peared to much greater advan-
tage, but for the tyranny of his
superiors, the Faculty of the Seminary.
Among the interesting incidents
of the time, I may state that
at a "five o'clock meeting on Sunday"
in the English--Stow--Academy, old
Prof. Stewart, made some re
marks, touching Geo. Thompson,
who was to lecture that eve-
ning, in the Methodist church
I shall never forget the manner
nor the matter. He said,
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