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Excerpt from An Eulogium In Memory Of The Late Dr Benjamin Rush Professor Of Memory of the Late Dr Benjamin Rush Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Practice in the University of Pennsylvania Delivered and Published at the Reuest of the Graduates and *Students of Medicine in Said University in the Second Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia on Thursday the 8th of Medicine in Said University in the Second Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia on Thursday the 8th of 1813The tumult of life ill agrees with the silent ursuits of science But Dr Rush was a atriot a decided Whig When he saw the interests of his he loved country endangered he sprung into the lines of the foremost to assert her rights His early exertions his bold conceptions the nervous effusions of his en and the mild inte. Lligence of his counsels assisted in lifting the colonies of America into free and indepen dent states He sat in congress in the year 1776 and has enrolled his name on the sacred charter of Ameri can liberty He was elected member of the state con vention for the adoption of the federal constitution Under his arent state he never held any office; and under the general government was only treasurerpf the mint The cause of freedom and the universal happiness of man were dear to his inmost heart He exulted for joy as he beheld their approach as exults the Siberian on his loftiest mountain when after months of darkness he first views the Returning Sun America Shared His sun America shared his affectio.