Ellen Call Long


Cold in death is the heart so long attuned to suffering's call, friendship's genial mingling, and love's devotion. Ail that a prodigal nature gave in a noble, generous and gentle heart, with enchanting face and form, of almost perennial youth and loveliness, is lost to us, and how can we do without her in a world where such are so few? For more than forty years the subject of this sketch had lived in Florida, having removed to the Territory from the State of Virginia not very long after the "Exchange of Flags," which made it the property of the United States.