THE HON'BLE THOMAS FITCH ESQR Gov'r of the Colony of Connecticut Emminent, and distinguished among mortals, For great abilities, large aquirements and a virtuous character; a clear, strong, sedate mind; an accurate, extensive acquaintance with Law and civil Government; a happy Talent of presiding; close application and strict fidelity in the discharge of important Trusts; no less than, for his employments, by the voice of the people, in the chief offices of State, and at the Head of the Colony. Having served his generation by the Will of God fell asleep July 18th, Add Domini, 1774 in the 75th Year of his age.
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