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An Epitaph A Day - October 31

Keeps Death's Spectre Away

Ruth Sprague

Died 1846, aged 9 yrs. & 4 months

She was stolen by Roderick R. Clow. Her body was dissected
at the office of Dr. P. Armstrong, Hoosick, New York; where her
mutilated remains were found and deposited here.

Her body dissected by fiendish men,
Her bones anatomized,
Her soul — we trust — has risen to God,
Where few physicians rise.


Kippax, John Robert. Churchyard Literature: A Choice Collection of American Epitaphs, with Remarks on Monumental Inscriptions and the Obsequies of Various Nations. Chicago: S.C. Griggs and Company, 1877. p. 171


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