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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1861

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Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1861

T'!rJfjL. f iT. 11 ecfflrJrtft!35S5S ..J.s.-iJOfciUiw NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnbllihtd Daily, Sunday. Eieeptcd BY W. J MIIBTAOH Of. i i U.n. HI. We.ton. Kdltor. (V The publication office of the Nalu mi Hrpuhliran Is t Iho northeast oornet of D t Seventh street, seoond floor, over W. D. Rh' n nard'e 'tore. Entrance on Beventh street Tuesday, November 19, 1861. , !" lsasasasaeacs: jar Hasullsag Siattr am vrjr page.-vs To CoRnmro"Di!M--t. Nn ul'eutlon will he pair! to anonymous communication. THE COTri'N MPKCCIjTIOX lHJIUlLK. The London Dally Xete; of Oolober S8, makes the following statement : "Cotton Is now more closely watched thin corn. It la the speolally of speculation, f hre aware, ti run In advance of events, but the dearth which the cotton speculator! are looking for is still in the t uture. To Judgo merely t" m the actual supplies, one might Imagine the trade to be calm. The auantltv of cotton r riving In the oountry, for the first nine months or me year, nag Deen as lonows: Vi...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1861

ty'&ujuwpttxm "s- e ' V f LOCAL NEWS. Ta AsW.rtl.er.. Nearly tm thousand oeplea of the lUpvb hcan r olroulat.d am.nf th. flouting popula tion vry.day,bsldsUilarge rjuniberiervsd to regular subsorlb.rs. Advertisers trill tnlte not aooordlnfly. CITY COUNCIL,!. Doird or AumiiK.-Thi President laid bo (or the board a communication from tbo Mayor, nnrolnatlng J. 0. Wllion for Truiteo of the Publlo Bohooli for the firtt dlstrlot, in placs nf II. B. Ironsides, deollned. Beferred. Mr. Ironsides was, at two meetings of the Board ago, rejeoted 97 a Tote-of eight to twn. Alan, a communication, requesting the pas sage of an aot authorizing th Mayor tn hv oertaln flag footways of th oltj tafcen up and re'.ald or otherwise repalr.d, in order to ao commodate th many thousands who will have ocoaalon to oroii them during th approaoblng winter. Referred. Ilr. Flaher offered a Joint resolution, wWoh was passed, authorising th water registrar to dispose of oeruln water pip, for th uae or tbe Governm...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 November 1861

iffSKuanadiiVt ma'-ibiim '$3S&k& : ? K '. nKafjar & .,101 CN .siilnlr t srUst.a vwh ia.:k),i T' "OTiri" ..Mil T. niW I Hvil, M g.ywiraame NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. official, 7Jii tht I'mlilfnt of Ihe UniUd ilmeriM. A I'KOULAUATION. Klis 0 Wukheis a Convention for the adjnstmenr of claim of citizen, ef he United States (: nit Hhe llepnbllo of f'osla Rica was conclude! ' Is two n tho fjulteil States of America and 'tut Republic, and w slnod by tbelr rwp v PleaipotaalHriesalStin JostSon the iJcocd I J of July, pne tbmijuml elffhthu'idred and h't'v, which' Onvpnilmi. lin( la the Eoglts'i nd Spanish lnjuii!, Is, word fur word, a '"I 'lam: ' "Convention far the ulment of claims of I ( sen of the Unitii Sidles against Ihi Sep 'J c Obsta Jllea. The Doited States of America and the R, pub '" lie of Oosta Blca. desiring to adjust Hie claims or Citizen of laid States, against 0'. sla Rica, in fnoh a manner as to cement the sr.-od understanding. And frfc-odly relation ' a ft 'happily sub...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1861

csyr: .mmm-ix. srcmsr . sawn"";.' 'twyaiff'W!r-Ww-w."i l " -M ."?.' HA .EXjfowcAorjTr I ' f.riT TrrTTrrrn- VI t.ntm . t. in i i.-i ' T- v HTii-s ri M-M--M- k r k i ' 'i1. F T l A n ' , ,m r ,. .r' . "v. af II i 1 1 i '(linn ,iliM' (Um'n'j .It I A 'J I a "tj .' 1 .-, ' ' T tff.Hlll'tj f'l B 81' 1-. I 1 none' ""' i i.l nf i (I & vol. i: WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 520, 186X NO. 304.' jismiaitmtm.sjtijjii ..PPMtm vM,A .,,.,.,,, - 1 I JWI 9" 1 A v ''i (1. V !!. i J, . Y , - ' i 'u gjll iiTMT ' "' " tit- rtfcl "r ' ' ft 3 ' ; B'l X sHl . .if .H1 sv - ..r. ...v M. 'm m n.k.vj aH H 4 S My 'i(4 AA IW Wiil m Ti '. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN; Russian Comjpcndraeeof thb National Kf " publican, ' Tlw Farm of ums Grant pus Alexander. 8t. PvrsMBuno), Busbta, Oct 20, 180 1. It, Is not only tho glory of the present, 'm peror of Hnssli to lorput Peter the Greit, in the true bads of national power, the liberation of the serfs, but to rival him In his great Ideas of labor. The Imperial family take no...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1861

. , tt&. fttaiwf KimpTwJyjp imna -i.j rA virtOWM S" NATIONAL REPTTBLTCAN. Pobliihed Dally, Snndajri Excepted, BY W. ,T IvflfKTAOH Of). i i Geo. M. V.tn. eCdltOT. ear Th publication nfflo of the Maitonil HtyMicun Is at the northeast corner of D ai,d riaventh struct, aeonnd floor, over W. D. Bhet. tierd lore. Entrance on Se-vonth street. Wednesday, Novtnber 20, 1881. ew Heading Hiilima every page.- To CoRKEsrnM.ATX No attention will I e paid to anonymous communications. Octswi, m letu-r lo the Republican (mm St. Petersburg. P HOC b AM ATI ON OK OKU, DIX, The dispatch of a large body of Federal troops to Accomao and Northampton conntli s, In Virginia, has already been announced. The command of the expedition 1) entrusted lo Brig. General Lockwood, ot Delaware. MJ"r General Dix, from his headquarters at Baltl more, has Issued a Proclamation to the cltlzi ds Northampton and Accomio, In which be Wlls them, thai he sends a force too strong to bo successfully opposed, but "to those who ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1861

aciiMiM.'crsCTMTWfgiig H4WHi'UI.'U LOCAL NEWS. To Advertisers Nearly m thonund oopifl ofth llepvb Heart are olroulated among thi floating popula tlon every day, bsidth targe numberserved to regular subsorlbsr. Advertisers will Ui Dot accordingly-. Dlh of Ilmt. -Col. Oerber Coroner's laqaest. Lieut. Col. Guttav Ton Oerber.of tlie Csitf. erun Rifle, who waa attanltad In front of the Centre Market, And truofc with a thing nliol on the head, on Thursday night lt, full aconut.t or which we bar already pabllehed, died at seven o'clock yesterday morning, at Mr. W. Orupe's, on Pennsylvania arena, near Third street, from tbe effeot of the wound. He n about thlrty-stx yean of age, and much esteemed by all who knew blm. Coroner Woodward summoned aJury of In quest, yesterday afternoon, wbo, after hear lug tboevldenoa of veral wltne, returned the following verdloti " Thai the aald QuataT Ton Oerber, (lleuten ant colonel of tbe Cameron Blflei, New York volunteers.) on the night of Thuraday, Novem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 November 1861

M I ' t .- r v iiru ; il 'I ' 10 Hltf! tflO ''WMH dAOOJ "" TlT" NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tbe National Republican. TH33 HTAH a Old Am'4 8tm. It will be remerabfrnd, by many ot onr roader. ttaM, on list nlr. tlon day. when Honest DM' Abe was Hop'! to the Presidency, a bright star waa plalf ly teen, through most of the day, about sixty degrees south of the aim. Like the alar In I tin Eaat, that rested over the place where laid the Rsdepnior of the world, may not this one Invn signaled the birth of a power that shall kii'.Ic our country safe through Its manifold difficult- ins of to day t Hay not Abraham Lincoln ho the representative of that power? no It s r not, we look; to him for this result, aw' II""' alone can decide whether the omen he of ! or woe. Rockford Regilr. Westward Hoi tho L'ght of Day Comes rrom the Oate of the Orient j Westward Hoi It wend away Unto the Goal of the Occident. Westward Ho I the moonlight gliding, Colors tbe night with amber beam ; Westward Ho t the billow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 November 1861

-fM- .. ,- A I , r UEMtati; w im. ."if., W . f ..,il VOL. I. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1861. NO. 305. Ipttfltml I, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. COTTO.1 PnOIPEOTS IU INDIA. The Eogllsh are jabllant over their projects of getting cotton from India. The London Times, of October 30, eaj: "That W4 cn open market In the E ttt w turn over the market of the West may fall, we have nl ready shown; but It now seem" equally dear that we can nod also in me naei a udsihu.o for the nrodtiolions for which we have been acoustomod to look almoat exclusively to the Wost India, which, properly cumulated, can Drodace nil thing. Is bei-tirrinp hers;lf to sup ply our neccjslllis In the article of cotton. What has been long curium in tnoory la now about to bo ahown in pr.iciicu thai with Ainer Icin reed and European auperrlalen wo may obtain any quantity of cotton from India that Nancutster will Dav'fur. " India la becomtDK ncllve, laborious and, DrosD'erouH. She Is beginning to oil for Eu ropean products...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 November 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Published Dtilj, Snndaji Excepted, BY W. J. MHKTAGH A OO. i qh. II. Wastam, KdltOT. tr Th publication nffloa of the National Hepvbtuxm Is at the nortbeaat corner of D ant" Seventh street, second floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's mora. Entrance on Reventh (treat. Thursday, November 21, 1861. (a-llearilnK 1i.frnfTryp..' To CoaixuroxDsarnt. No attention will be paid t ) anonymous communications. COTTOl. We print on the outride several recent notices In respect to the rapid expansion of tbe cotton cultivation In India. No error Is more egregious, or Indeed so en tirely destitute of even plausibility, as tbe sup position that England will take tbe burdens and risks of war, for the aako of gutting cotton from America. As a matter of choice, (he would prefer to-day that America ehould never produce another bale of ootton, and tbe longer I he cotton crop of America Is sealed up, tbe better she likes It. We speak, of course, of the controlling sentiment of tbe English slates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 November 1861

1 hOCAh NEWS. To AUvertlMra. Nearly 15 thousand oople of the Repub lican are olroulated unonc tht flouting popula tion emiy day, betldeithejargoniimberserved to regular ubtcrib.n. Advertisers trill take note aooordingly. The ' llarnejr Ulror'e. Case" ni)tlier "??".- '" bunt. Barney Com raltted for Contempt Shortly after the Orphan' Court iwd met veatirday morning, and before Ool. Blount had returned hit argument commenced on the Jirevlout day, another one of those "eoenes," or whloh tills trial teems to hare been pro verbial, occurred. Prom the statement ot sworn witnesses, it appears that Mr. De Krafft, who Is conducting this oaso on behalf of th docoased Mrs. Barney, was, sitting at one of the desks writing, when the two ions or Mr. Barney came Into the room, the eldest (Chase) passing Hnd taking a seat a few feet beyond Ur. De KraUt, whilst the youngest, (Eddie,) paused as he came opposite Mr. De KrafR.M If to Inquire fr ii soat, when the latter held out his hand, as If about to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 November 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. "LAURA, LAUHDON'T SECEDE." KlasmoLiura.ero Uo Arm'd and rlrlllM li men the r..o; Gun In hand, and on my back A slxlooii pounder haversack. I gii- my country calls iidlou 1 Anil .nne sin.com, come soatlio and nueil, Liura, Liura, don't socerto. Wlinn on tlie tentod field, pei lisps, Willi rations short, and shorter imps, Wo wheel, present advance, rotreat, llmu'lt havo, 0 hoavoiis! tit thy foot Some one pentuadingly present Himself and mi ei.'a'.llshinoiit. Laura, mi nil !i 'i 11 tini 1 1 Though ho Mmc'i miii't soiwJ.'. Cling unto thy mother, doar; I et no " Homo (in ird-t " como ime.ir, Danolui; gewgaws 'foro thy 0) o-, Making light of household tics, l'rntlng of thy worn ui's rights. tl til lining thee abouto' nlgtiH. Lest tho rose should prove a wood llasoly crlmsonod, don't secede. (Jood bye, Laura! No regrets If from balls and bayonots, (.'mm "broils and battlos" (boilsl.uio.ttr, For deadlier Is tho soup turoen, Whim b.idly seasoned, than the Imre Of tho lou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 November 1861

ll" 1 ".m.m:n . i a ! f a n 1' iiunn i'n ,riiU (i-m.i,- M Ml ii j. ' ntit t .nl ' a t. -',.. -an 'mw -vm r .am mm m'-m am . m jmt r y k . .m tm m uwm wm ih h m wwm aaaaaW i aHim sssW twi turn m uww m m www ' -"wht f 1 - AI I II All n IZIIII III II VI VI F & &' ill lllllllll Mm m' D I ) i -Mi r 'V 'sK ' VOL. I. NATIONAL REPUJBLICANr TUB DEAD HJCRO. tt riKi BCKjiKnt; Hind lha oak leaves round his head, lis has ahown,blmself a nan; Bravely charging be fell dead, Fighting forsmoat In the van. Cheering with a mtghtr obeer On beled the serried band; Now he lies upon his bier, Cold and stalelf, still and grand. lowly galhor round him now, Ye, his soldlnrsl and he dumb, Cast one I 'k upon hU brow, As you hear the rnudlsd drum. Then with solemn feet and slow. Mourning for his early doom, With your folded banners go, Liy tbo hero In his tomb. FronVw Washington Correspondence ol the Chics go 1 rlbtina A PEEP INTO MARYLAND BY AN IIXI- HOISAH. We must go down the Maryland shore. And off ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 November 1861

a NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pahllihcd Dallf, Rnndajri Bzcepted, HY W. . MIMtTAOH 4 OO. i i U.o. It. WhM. Kdltcnr. cf Tin. inibllOHllun offioe of the iYafional HepvUuxin la at the northeast corner of D and Hetenth atrest, iieonnd floor, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Beventh street. Friday, NftTcaber 22, 1861. sjW Heading Matter on every page.- To CoRKCHPONuitNTS. Nu attention will be paid to anonymous communications. SPEECH OF COL. JOHN COCHRANE, The Grand Revl 1 Review fcc, to The Wbksxt Rnxblicas of this morning contains a full and accurate report of the no speech of Colonel John Cochrane, on the Instant, delivered at Camp Cochrane, his regiment ; alio, a report of the re: Secretary Cameron, endorsing the Colonel Cochrane. Theaa speeches should scattered broadcast orer the country, far ttjey are the moat Important speeches dellreredelDCe th commencement of the rebellion. This number of our weekly tout also con tains a grapblo description of the rerlew on Wednesday, by Genera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 November 1861

r .V ji' Wl lf.il- , -- - V LOCAL NEWS. To Atlvrtlsr. Nesrly 15 thousand eoptei of. the Repub lican m-. circulated among the floating populv tlon every dsy.beold.stntlsrgeminiljersorved to regular lubaorlber. Advertisers Till Ukn note accordingly. Hot. John C. Fmtth, D. 11. " llnrlelgli," the correspondent of thn Iloston Journal, thus speaks of the Rer. Dr. Smith, of this oily : "Oneof the most remarkable men In this olty Is Rev. Dr. John G. Smith, of the Fourth Presbyiorlan o'turoh. He has been pastor of that oburoh twenty three years, and a pastor In the District twonty-nlne years. He csino here to a feeble congregation, and was In such poor health that It was supposed he would nut live long. He took a house for one month : ho has never moved from that housed He has still the samo church, lie hat one of the largest and must Influon'UI congregations In the city. He has steadily refuied all Invitations to social Hie, so much sought after; baa never mado a prayer In Congress, though ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 22 November 1861

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Hebel MatallatUa oil Irlonrs. The following; Instructions have been given by the rebel Secretary of Wr for retaliating tbe conviction of certain pirate at Philadelphia and New York: (From the Klchraonil Enquirer, Hot. 19. CosrKDKUiTE States or Amiuica. War Department, Riohmond, Xovtmbtr 9, 1861. Sir: You are hereby Intruded to chooee by lot from among the prisoners of war of highest rank one who u to be confined la a cell appro priated to contend f.'lons, nnd who In to be treated, in all rf 'ikcik a If null convict, and to be held fur ext-cwl n in tun sitnu manner a may be adopted by tlw enemy lor the exe cution of the prisoner of war Smith, recently condemned to death In l'hll.idelphia. You will also select thirteen other prisoners of war, the highest in rank of those captured by our foroes, to bo conllned In the cells reserved for prison ers accused of lnfamou crimes, and will treat them us such so loog as the enemy shall con tiuue so to treat the likn number ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 November 1861

. Jt21 n hnTirli)MiiiT."liliii'm A" oko oia:liiu.j i i .if VOL. I. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1861. no: 307. Jlatr NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, AN MMKUMUNT ORATION. The Funeral Ssrmon Preached orer the dead boar of Col. Baker, In Washington City, by Est. B ron Sunderland. Mr Fellow CorantTsttN: These nre Ihi times predicted by our Savior, whin " Ye (ball bear ol wars aod minors of wira Imt see tbat ye be not troubled for these things must come to pass, but the end ts not yet'' -''and then ball many be offended, and shall destroy one another, and shall hate one auotber and the sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not ?lve ber light, and the atars shall fall from leaven, and the powers of the Ueavens shall b shaken." That is our case to-day. The American firm amen 'bakes with the commotion ot civil war the sun of our national prosperity is darken ed, the moon of social and civil peace has wllh drawnjier light, ani onr stars are falling from heaven. Secessionists and rebel, both b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 November 1861

. ? w STT ii w f "wvrtf in 'I ." NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. PublWifd Daily, SunJsyi Enepttd, HY W .( Ml'UTAOII A f Ueo. rll. Wtn. Kttltov. AST The publication nfflce of the JVaitomil Republican la at the northeast oorner of I) Hint 9evith timet, teennd door, over W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh ttreet -SatardtyNoTcaber 23, 1861. IT llandlasj-Hai tar very pstsjeu'ttj .To CoRKKsroNDEXTK. No attention will im paid to anonymous communication. OuTsiDt The Dirge or Biker, by RVv W. Dentton, and Dr. SuDderland' Sermon Gol. Baker's funeral. 4,000,000 NIOHOK8, To come of the earlier editions ol Paul ''hi. ford, (of the later editions wo know noth' tg.) tbere was appended a series of. maxims I one Augustus Tomllnson, a retired and philoTpbt cal knave, upon tho art of cheating, the whole being entitled" Eoery ilin his 0101 Raai " One of these maxims Is, to confound iho judgment and Imagination of the party In be cheated, by an artful juxtaposition of liirgo sums with small ones, and qui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 November 1861

mmwmmrmmm -nr r s i loCALNfeW)) VoAsT.TM1lsi.ra i Rear, IS thousand copies oftA Repub lican are ctroulaUd among th Ouattng'y.iJI'uUi' Hon every dajr,bMldUilarg.) iiumbersirfyisd to rfgnlar uberltr. Advertiser will taka aoii accordingly. ., Th Broaa Damn for th Capitol. Il la known that the KrtlltRoiiers whs onm missioned Mm jears ago by our Oovernroent to miidel and have oast In bronze, folding doors fur the Capitol. The diirhavjnst been oastLaarret llulst Jas, F Carlln, John Evoleth, "at Uunlob, and an Engllnh wrl'er who baa seeii' them glv th following description of the di " The bronie doora Intended for .tho Oatiltnl at W ushlngton, designed and teode'l-d al R ime by tho American artist, Rogera,: have lator been on Ttair at the Royal Foundry, where they were eaatr, Th workmanahlp, as Is always the oase wltb whatever em -mate from tho Hnnloh foundry, U admirable. There is n .sharpness In tha lines and a finish in tha mluul est detail wlitoh are In thai highest degree cred (table....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 23 November 1861

rm WT'f" L.J t iaeu.-i.weSJT JlAHONAJi-REPDBUCAB.- TirClDIRttKOP B 1KE1I. BT RET. CUARLH". WDENIBON, V. i. Ctl.rLllN. Misty and cold hung The morning around us ; Frowning and bold rose Potorrmo'a bluff shore ; But bright on our souls gleamed The nummoni that bound us To conquer the traltori. In ambush before! We thought of our homesteads, . Of the dear one who love us, And we gave them, In silence, A tear and a sign ; But we Ml that good angels Were bending above us. And nur country bad culled us To conquer or die I Forward wo swept, like The waves of the ooean ; Stealthy we orept through The gorges of gloom ; The throb of oach heart be.it The roll of devotion, To win back Virginia, Or make hor our tomb 1 The footatepa of treason Polluted the manor Where Waritdioton lived And had died for the world ; On his own saored soil We uplifted his banner, And swore to defend It, Forever unfurled 1 For God and for Freedom Our legions were daring. Our leader before us, Ills eyes flashing fire;...

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