|| Timothy Pickering (primary)
|| Farmer Brother the King Location: Philadelphia
||In this speech, Pickering expresses grief over the death of Farmer's Brother's Son. He says he knew the charming boy and Farmer's Brother took him everywhere. Pickering turns to Farmer's Brother and says that he mourns his loss of an only son. Pickering goes on to describe the power of the great spirit. Closes by asking to let these considerations comfort his heart and assuage his grief; and that he may quietly attend to the business yet to be transacted.
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||Collection: Hamilton and Kirkland College: Samuel Kirkland Papers