chapter  V
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The death of Honorable Sarbah should make every young man, especially those who are sons of the soil, preternaturally reflective, resolute, and practical. By reason of his professional equipment and capabilities, which were admittedly of a very high order, his unique position at the Bar of the Legislature, and the prominence or eminence he had achieved through the judicious exercise of philanthropic zeal in the realms of education and national progress. It is a duty superimposed up on us by circumstances to make a diligent search until we have found such men–the first dozen men whose intellectual and spiritual acquisitions, or whose mental arid moral sense entitle them to the chiefest consideration in the economy of our nation. We need men whose souls are aflame with the inextinguishable blaze of enthusiasm for Race and Country.