Memorial Addresses on the Character and Public Services of the Rev. Samuel Ware Fisher, D.D., LL. D: Delivered in the Chapel of Hamilton College, on ... Utica on Sunday Evening, February 8th, 1874
The Memorial Addresses that appear in the following pages, were first delivered in the chapel of Hamilton College, on Thursday, January 29, 1874. The occasion drew together many friends of the college and of Dr. Fisher, whose faces are more familiar in other places of public worship. Among these were Hon. Lewis Lawrence, Timothy Parker and Samuel W. Raymond, Jr. of Utica, Hon. O. S. Williams, Dr. J. C. Gallup, Dr. T. B. Hudson, Rev. F. A. Spencer, Dr. D. K. Mandeville, Rev. S, W. Howell, Rev. O. C. Cole, Rev. Samuel Wells, and Gaius Butler, one of the few surviving pupils of President Backus. The members of the Faculty were also present, with their families and the undergraduates. The exercises were introduced with singing by the college choir, reading of Scripture by President Brown, and prayer by the Rev. Thomas J. Brown. After the addresses, the memorial services closed at half-past one, with singing by the college choir, and the benediction by Rev. Thomas J. Brown.
At the urgent request of many who could not attend the service in Clinton, the Memorial Addresses were repeated in Westminster Church, in Utica, on Sunday evening, February 8, 1874.
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