Memorial speech for Johann Lucas Schönlein (1793–1864)
We are gathered here to renew in ourselves the memory of the dear man, who, faraway from us, departed this life a year ago. We who were not able to accord our last respects to his mortal remains wish today in solemn memory, to pay that tribute of honour to his spirit with which our hearts are full. Not the honour which his high position in the State would allow him to claim; nor that which his decorations and offices already indicate, but the honour which is appropriate to the man himself — that honour which he won by work, achievement and character.
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- 41.On p 26. Concerning these times, compare Bruno Bauer’s “History of Party Conflicts in Germany”, and especially, by the same author, “History of Constitutional and Revolutionary Movements in Southern Germany”. Charlottenberg, Berlin, 1845, vol II ps 110, 126, 197, 218, 243; and vol III, ps 59, 86, 95, 256.Google Scholar