The Dead Emperor To-day, with bending head and eyes, thou, too, Columbia, Less for the mighty crown laid low in sorrow—less for the Emperor, Thy true condolence breathest, sendest out o’er many a salt sea mile, Mourning a good old man—a faithful shepherd, patriot.
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They sent their condolences.
She sent a letter of condolence upon hearing of the loss of his father.