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EPITAPH ON SIR BENJAMIN HEATH MALKIN. At Calcutta. 1837. - Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay, Miscellaneous Writings, Vol.2 
The Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay, vol. 2, (London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860).
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EPITAPH ON SIR BENJAMIN HEATH MALKIN.
This monument Is sacred to the memory Of Sir Benjamin Heath Malkin, Knight, One of the Judges of The Supreme Court of Judicature: A man eminently distinguished By his literary and scientific attainments, By his professional learning and ability, By the clearness and accuracy of his intellect, By diligence, by patience, by firmness, by love of truth, By public spirit, ardent and disinterested, Yet always under the guidance of discretion, By rigid uprightness, by unostentatious piety, By the serenity of his temper, And by the benevolence of his heart.
He was born on the 29th September, 1797. He died on the 21st October, 1837.