James Morris III
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- The more there is of mind in your solitary employments, the more dignity there is in your character.
- As quoted in Strong, Barbara Nolen (1976). The Morris Academy: Pioneer in Coeducation. Torrington: Morris Bicentennial Committee. pp. 14-15.
- O Nation, collect your compassion. Weep! For one of your shining lights is entombed in darkness. Weep! O ye officers and soldiers, whom he loved and led to military glory. Weep! O ye farmers and ye Poor, for your improver and benefactor has become a prey to worms. Come water his tomb with your tears.