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''For the'' AMERICAN GLEANER.<br />
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MEMOIRS<br />
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OF THE LATE<br />
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GEORGE WYTHE, ESQUIRE<br />
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The fame of the disturbers and destroyers of mankind is generally sounded very loudly by poets and historians, while the names of the peaceful benefactors of their species, of those who were noted only for virtue and wisdom, are often suffered silently to sink into oblivion.
 
The fame of the disturbers and destroyers of mankind is generally sounded very loudly by poets and historians, while the names of the peaceful benefactors of their species, of those who were noted only for virtue and wisdom, are often suffered silently to sink into oblivion.
 
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Revision as of 12:32, 7 March 2013

"Memoirs of the Late George Wythe, Esquire" is an article which appeared in the first issue of the The American Gleaner magazine, published in Richmond, Virginia. The magazine debuted on Saturday, January 24, 1807.

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For the AMERICAN GLEANER.
MEMOIRS
OF THE LATE
GEORGE WYTHE, ESQUIRE.
[with a correct likeness.]

The fame of the disturbers and destroyers of mankind is generally sounded very loudly by poets and historians, while the names of the peaceful benefactors of their species, of those who were noted only for virtue and wisdom, are often suffered silently to sink into oblivion.