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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1861

' I r--i. ttt- u. VOL. II. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1861. NO. 20. -VWIV" h f-1 Li AIM AflAMST Ml UMTBD STACKS FINLF.Y BIOejnVK. (Ut Regl lr of the U B Treasury,) and CH A IttV.S F. 8I1F.R.1A!. t'euti eellorsat I.ew, mill devote lbr entire aitenilo lo tbe proseoutlon tod seitlement of demands agidrW tke Unlred States, grouting out of th preaeM w.ir. including the Aooounta and Itlmaof States, Con trustor, and Diaburidng Officers, app lcllon for tie restoration ot proptrty Illegall, tti or eau lured, tod Ibr oompeneatAm for Hit we ol prim e property for Uove rnm.nl purposes, ana iwu)f for the Injury or suoh property bj iiieeriuy.fr military pay, pensions, and bounty lfciiae, uu fly nietribuHve eharea of meniea porbl at the Tre fury and due to sod eonireeiots ana oinece Vary will aim give legal advlM W claimants, eon tract n, and to ODprafeuloMl agents la lillg ite it ;aaa, anil prepare written argosaenta when deelred With Nootesldenl Ajreme who may send tliem j.mna, an equit...

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. — 18 December 1861

' 1 NATIONAL REPHBLICAfi FnblUhrtl !)al Sunday!) Bietptcd, Y W. .1 Mi UTACiH, Ot GtOROE M. WESTON, EDITOR. 1 ' i. K rim publication offloe.of the Ifatic Republican In at the northeast norner of D i Meventb street, eeoond floor, over W. D. 8b herd's store. Entrance op (seventh street. Wednesday, December 18, 1861, To CoRKEsroxmcxTs. No attention will i paid to anonymous communications. Octsidk. Tribute of Mr.Uonway. of Kinn to hit constituent; an important rep rt or(Ji I Brown, of Fort Pickens; llaytien Colonization; a description of Charleston and Its commerce origin of some of the laws of the District ol Columbia. t KKOMSII POLICY. The English presses, In the Interest of tin English aristocracy, have not hesitated to avow that thiy hare contemplated tie troubles It, this country with satlslaction, as tending to disparage republican institutions. A the sue oess and progress of America hitherto, under those Institutions, had furnished the standing theme of English liberals, so would ...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1861

Krr h. i' LOCAL -NEWS,. ToAdTertisJ.fi. Reirly li thoniud ooplat of lb Repub lican an circulated among th flouting popula. Moo Tery day.betldti the large number served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will take note accordingly. The WnitTs Valr. The committee appointed to auperlntend the representation ofAmerloan Interests Ht tbe Oreat Exhibition to be held next year In Lon don, consisting of Messrs. B. P. Johnson, ohalr. mDi J. It. Partridge, seoretary; Joseph O. 0. Kennedy, Joseph Henry, and w. W. Beaton, have met, and report to tbe Prealdent of the United States that a free storehouse hae been provided at tbe AUanllo docks, Brooklyn, uu der direction of tbe Seoretaxy of the Treaury , and recommend thataiuvy vessel be aaalgncd, as In 1841, for the transmission and re I urn ol contributions. The comm ttee also advise an appropriation by Congress to meet tbe i eoessary expenies, a neglect of whlob, In 1851, bad well nigh de feated the representation of tbl- nmlon. An American pri...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 18 December 1861

stesrcsjtjrxwtis .. NATIONAL.REPUBLICAN. . Tha Cily of Charleaton. This li the iargn i South Carolina, ano limit on peninsula or longtie of land betwc" the Ashley and Ooopr rlvrrs. which unite 1 low the town and form a ipiclmis harbor, co.t munlcntlng with ih inwan ntSulllvau slslai seven mllei distant. Both harbor and city i lemblfl New York and Its bay In mlnlatui Cooper sod Afhliy rivers are from thirty forty ftet deep -Cncper beino: MOO yar wide, and Ashley 2.11)0. Tl ritv Is rrgnlar Imllt, and extendi nearly Uo milts In lenti" nod a mile and a hill in urmlib Some oft streets nre from siv,'y In M-v'tity feet broaO and somu are narrow li r lustaucp. Kin street, Iho Broadway of Charleston. Many i the house are built of brick, and In a style i elegancn, particularly around the llilter.i but a large number are of wood, some ot ther neatly painted, as In Brooklyn, but more c! them very dlnay, and inhabited by tha tiegrot s The streets run motly parallel to each other tunning across f...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1861

T.'2r w niwml $tfjxhlitm. VOL. II. ry..in a'sainstu.. uhitko states FINLBY DtGOEK, Mat Reil-ter of the 0. 8 TnuuryJudOIIARLKS K. SUEIIMAN, C.un sellors at Law, villi dstote their entire attention to the proaeontloa tnd settlement of demands against the Unlied States, growl on oat of Uit prmnt war, nolndlaf the Accounts and claims of Htatcl, Con tractors, and Disbursing Offloerij applloallona for the restoration or property Illegally tleted or cap lured, and for soraMnsatfos for Uie n of private roper ty for Uovernraenl pnrbBjes, and rof dalhagea lr the Inlnry of anon property bj the army; f.r mlUlurpa! pensions, and bounty landi; and for qlstribnUve than of monies parable at the Trek lury and dde to rab contractors and otberi. ..Tnet will also ftlvaletal advice to claimants, con UactoFj, dad to anflrereesional Agente .InMlgated wjii -" prepare Written argnraeat! when desired. With Hm hJH . .!. ...... . .1 '"" aw.. tlU(Ut A..U1B WUV WIT KUU lafD J.utM, in editable division of oommlst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1861

nriw - Tsnc iiu i 1 NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN. Pablishcd Dally, Snadajn Excepted, BY W. J MintTAOH CO. OEORQE M. WtSTON, IDITOR. . i V The jmblicatlon offloa of the Motional Republican If at the northeast oorner of D and Baverth street, second floor, over W. D. Bhep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh itreet. Thursday, December 10, 1861. ay-Heading Hatter on .very paaj.C To CoBHE8ro.CBNT3. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. FOREian A8PKCTS, The American people will learn, by experi ence, before many months, what thejr ought to have foreseen long ago, that so momentous an nffair m the attempted disruption of the Amer ican Union cannot safely be managed without tome refertnee to the Interests, convictions, sentiments, and policy of the rest of mankind. The Southern States have been fortunate enough to conciliate the good will of powerful nations In Europe, towards an attempted sepa rate republic, based avowedly upon the deter mination to extend and perpetuate a domestic in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1861

r.rrr TMIETY-BEVENTH GONflllEHS, SECOND 8E3BI0N. IN 8ENATE. Widsksdit, Dtcember 18, 1801. MINORULB. Tbe follovrlog memorials were presented and referred: , By Mr. TEN EYOK: From the Burlington Islaud Association, New Jersey, Betting lortb . tbo advantages of that location for the estab lishment of a National Armory. By Mr. TRUMBULL: From certain work men, upon the SI Louis fortification), repra sentlng their needy condition, and asking Con gress to take prompt weans, for the payment ol rami due them for labor. By Mr. SUMNER: From citizens or Topsham, Vermont, asking Congress to repeal the Fugl tlva Slavo Law, because, first, it Is cruel, unjust, and contrary to divine law; second, It Is a reproach to tbo nation, and a cause of perpetual strife; third, the great body of those for whom It was mado are lu rebellion agalmt the Government; fourth, wo cannot hope to avert tbe Judgments of God In refuting to re peal It. From various places with regard to the aboli tion of slavery. By Mr. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 19 December 1861

rJilsj.EMWBT.Tst.arauW J , I I I " II ! NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. . .... . 1L.II II I " " The Wventh of rue nrT. When the bright star of peace from my coun- HopWdVT"' ' ' "- - rint KiRf dark In gloom the hnrlronlashruiided, An" the beacon of war blares dreadfully And (led ire the charms. wliloU the heart wae delighted; I'orgot the enjoyment tranquillity gave Kiery (low'ret l withered, each blossom Is Hut the wreath which encircles the brow of the bravo. But piurneil be the anul, to true feeling i stranger, That refuses to valor the meed It has won, TIs a prize dearly earned amid porll and dan ger. And shall bloom till eternity's inarch Is begun. Be the arm etor hallowed for Frcedorp con tending, Where the alar-adorned banners of Liberty wate; l'or the Heaven-blest causo which that arm is defending. Makes sacred the wroath which encircles tho bravo. 'though delightful that wroath to the votary of glory, Who soars nn the pinions of Victory to fame; 1 hough each palrlotldbosom beats high at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1861

" ' - , ' f$ sr-aj. VOL. n. WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1861. NO. 22. y - a c Mmovt&l pLA.IM.Sl AOAINSTihetlNITKD ftTATKI FINLKY BlOrHHl, (late Regliter or the U.S. Treasury,) andOnARLF.8 F.. SHERMAN, Conn sellors at Law, will devote their eoUre attention to the proneontlon end settlement or riemandi against tin Unlred Staves, growing oat of the present war, loorodlng the Aooounts end lilelmsof Htates, Con tractors, end Disbursing Offloers; applications for the restoration or proierty illegally sleied or cap tared, end r compensation for the use or private property for Government purposes, nnd for damages for the Injury or such property by lh" army; ftr military per, pensions, and bounty lends; and for distributive chares of monlee piyable at the Trea sury and due to eub contreotore end others. Tne will aleo give legal advice to claimants, con tractors, and to unprofessional agents In litigated ;aees; and pieperc written arguments when desired With Nun resident Agents who m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1861

i'i"i''.'i i Hi'i'imiMi ,11 ii i iinmni wi( ., , i,M),m,IJi,i,il,ji MWWMlllfM...- ....a..,,,,. ,,.. T. . ,n UL irntsiiu .. ..Wssi'llJi 'I J K NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, Pobliihtd Dallf, ""iy Exeeptcd, BY W. J M11WTAOH GO. QtOWQE M. WtSTON, CDITOR. . The publication offloe of the JWionol llrpvbttcan IS at ui uoriuoiwi vi - - - Seventh street, seoond door, oyer W. D. Shep herd's store. Entrance on Seventh street. Friday, December 20, 1861. -Heading Matter on eTerjr page.-IOs To CoaixsrojfDiurrs. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. TO MIMDKKI OF COHORKSH. Senators and Representatives can order the JVufional JfrpuMfcan through the Secretary or the Senate and Clerk of the Ilouse, and direct it, If they to choose, to be brought to their boardlng-bouses. Our paper, ordered in this way, will be delivered by carriers at a very early hour In the morning. OupiiDK. A communication on the subject of the District of Columbia ; a new Instrument ol war ; poetry, Ac. THK ANTl-BliAVBIlY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 20 December 1861

LOCAL news; Adrtrtiatrt. Nearly is thousand toplts of tht Bfpuk txcan are circulated among tht floating popula tion every day,betidtt thelarge numborterYed to regular subscribers. Advertlsere will taka note aooordlngly. clemtlfle Aattwlation. At a meeting ol reildtnti and non-residents of the oily of Washington, htld on the evening nf the 18th of December, at tht rooms of tht Young Mens' Christian Association, for tht purpose of organizing a tolentlflo association, Dr. 8. 1.. Loomli wat choten Chairman and U. L. Hoimer Secretary. The main object of tht proposed Instl.utlon It to colleot and diffuse useful knowledge through tht onlumnaornmonthly or quarterly Subltcatlon, whloh will bo delivered to mem era gratlt; also to tncouragt tht reading of Itctaree and paptra in every department nf solenct, alike conneoted with ptact and war. By Inoludlng resident and non-realdent mem ber!, the field of Investigation and aatfulneaa will be coextensive with tht wholt country, whloh, In ita prtte...

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

.iinuwilfti inwim i-j'ua-wgcoaww.'vartijj' t-;- tiunwnm 1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, From the San Francisco nallotln. The Gold DlirarcrlM lit the Not-Ill Our Mineral Kututc. The recent discoveries ol gold, bordering the Salmon river In Oregon, some live hundred miles east from the mouth of the Columbia rlver.havecreated quite an excitement through out that State. Br the latest ntw from the North, it seems probable that large numbers of miners win next spring move in mai uirecuuu. The Salmon River Mountains, In which the river of the sntne nam 9 tires, are a spur oi me Rocky Mountains, extending westward from ine main cnam some two nunureu mura. Although cold has been' discovered at In tervals over an Imrafnse extent of country from Ualllornla northwardly into tne iinuwi Possessions, and eastwardly to the Rocky Mouo-talns--but very little of this vast scope of ter ritory has been more than partially explored Much of It Is yet occupied by hostile savages, and besides la so distant from retl...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 21 December 1861

VOL. II. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1861. NO. 2,3. -1L.AIMS AnUNBT th VNITKD STATKi KINLKY BKIOER. (lata Rttl-ter of the H. 8 Treasury,) and CHAKLKS K. 8I1EUMAN, Can pellon t Law, will dsrote their antlrt attention to tha prosecution and atttlemtnt of demands against tha United State, vrowln out of lh nreiCQt war. inoladlng tin Aooonnta and Claims of Htata, Con- the rtsUratlan of property Illegally altsad or oap tuted, and for compensalfoa for the dm of private property for Govsrmnsnt purpose, and for damage for the Injury of suoh property by the army; 1 1 military pay, pension, ana bounty landi; and for distributive share of monies payable at the Trea sury and due to anb contractor and other. Tney will also girt legal adMoe to olalmanta, oon tractor, and to unprofessional agent In litigated jaaca and prepare wrltun arguments when desired With Non-resident Agent who may aend them J. lima, an equitable division 0( oommla Ion will be made. Undlaputed Demand will be oollected a...

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

PMjKVfafcflM NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. I'cMlilic;! Daily, Siimlii); Eitcptfd KV ' " ! MUICI'AOH -V C"H. I T QEOROE M WtSTON, EDITOR. i a-Tho public -Hon ufllce of the Natumal 1 :j-Mican In nt tlio northeast oorner of D and H Nr4'- 'treot. second floor, ""var W D. Shep li i' "ore r.ntrinrfl on Seventh street. Saturday, December 21, 1861. C-jr Heelln- nnttron crcrjr pRge.fl t ii'inkTONDLirt So .it'f-ution will be piM to uionyraous comraunlcitlor.e. Tl) MI.MDKtt- OF UJNOIIKS8, benatori uud Representatives cm order the "tulioii'tl Republican through the Secretary ol tin' Si-natv aud Clerk of the Home, nud direct it. if they so cbooi, to be brought to their boinlii'g-bouC4. Our paper, ordered In this w.iy, will be delivered by carriers at a very rally hour In the morning. OnmnB -A lUg pnsentutlnn to Uapt. Men dell of the Thirty filth Sen .nk volunleers, review uf the report of the Si'ltary Commis sion, poetry, &i. KNOUMI POLICY. 0 1 the I at day of December Ihe stock of cot ton .u Live 11...

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

w t. -A VJ-Tj f BHHaHMMHr9!SS99Mi I i LOCAL NEWS. To Advertteere . Nearly l thousand oopioi of the Repub lican are circulated anong thefloallng popula Uon every day,besldea thelargenumbor served to regular subioribars. Adverting trill take not aooordlnfly Leetare of Dr. atom The eeoond leoture before the Washington Lecture Association waa given last nl(ht Ht tbe Bmilhs-nlan Institution, by the Rev. Dr. Storm, of Brooklyn, New York. It aubjeot wasi "AJustWnr; lie relationa to a Natloo'a higher development." Before the reading of the leoture, the audi enue km entertained by muslo from tbt band of Stockton's Independent Michigan regiment, and by a beautiful rendering of toe Star Span gled Banner by John W. Butchlnaonaone or the original Iltitohlnsnn family ,whoaeelmplo(tralni of mountain muilo have so won upon the popu lar heart. Tho distinguished leo'urer, In tbe outset, filctured the uglltat aspect of red-banded war, ts tcarred fields, Ita farms despoiled, and Ita streams crimson wit...

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

nm mMWfw 1,1 i in NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For the National Eepnbllcan. rita for the Second Regiment of Shrpihooters. Respictfullv Drcffsred to ths Head of the Ordnance ' Depattmenl White mir brother plead with others, , O Major, turn to you; You bavo all the gum and rifles, And the bows and arrows too. Lot. O let us not lie Idle, While you havo such Iota of things, And If you can't give us rifles, Pray, O Major, give us slings. Let ourtot be one of honor. Wo will prove that " might Is right; " Whon the first their forces marshal, Let the second hare a sight. . Let them take the patent weapons. We'll take yours so much derided; Tor we know a nation' fortunes Once liy one was noon decided. Thri may pour their loaden shower, HVlZ Und by to end the fray, And when they are driven to oover, We'll so In und cl ilm the day. Talk of rlflei! we'o decided They'll d very vicllto play with, Out before 'ce start for Richmond, fllvn us dings to cloar the way with. D. F. lhwtitbir 11, lSiil. "" Urnnft...

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

".a ir - I VOL. II. riLAIMf AOAINSTthoimiTKDaTATKI FINLKV BWeO, (late Bart-tsr of theU.B. Treasury,) end CHARLES K. 8HKBMAN, Ceia sellori at Lew, will devote their entire attention M the proseeuUoa (nil esttlejaeat of demands egainet tho Wnl'ed Statee, growing oat of Uw praeeat war, including the AooomU ul Claims of ilatee.Com tractors, kid Disbursing Ofleere; app'.loattoos for the resterailon of property Illegallj slssed or ene tared, and for eompennuba for tilt M of Drive ma property for Government parposee, u for damages for the Injury of mch property bj Ilia mar: fcr military nay, pensions, anebointy ludi; ul for sury tod due to tub oontraetors ftaa other. Toe will also give lege! advloe to claimants, eon tractors, and to unprofessional agent In litigated HiMI and prepare written arguments when desired With Non resident Areata who may tend thrta j.tims, an eqsltable division of o samls lone will be made. Undisputed Demand! will be oolleeted and yoaptly remitted for a oonTralssie...

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

mtmmnumHU$EHlS ".I "S"1 tw &U..& NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Pnbllshrd Dally, Sandayi Excepted, BY W J MUKTAOH A OO.f GEOROt M WtSTON, tDITOR. irThfi publication office of Ihe National tiffmbltran Is at tho nortbeast oornar oi u una Seventh street, seoond floor, oyer W. D. Shep herd's store. Entranoe on Beventh ttreot. More About the Battle of Dranesvllle. LIST OF THE JOINED AND WOUNDED. Baltic incidents 1 or the MoBdaj, December 23, 1861. IBr Heading HMWm ryT'" To Cobrkspondicnts. Nu attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Octside. Analysis of Senator Doollttle's bill for lha collection of taxes In the rebel States ; List or army officers retired j Cotton In Illinois; Quartermaster's Sergeants; Poet ry IttWATOIl COWAN UPON NKtlUOKM. la the Senate, on the 18th Instant, Mr. Cowan, of Pennsylvania, said : " Now, sir, I apprehend, so far as my humble Imlirmpnt coos, tliit there need be no possible difficult) whatever upon this question In any of Its ospe(t. I do not see th...

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

y SP J. LOCAL NEWS. QPa livatllu! Hear! It thousand ooplw of th djwb- lican ro circulated anong th floating popula tion arTj day,baldi thslargo numtsrser red to regular lubaortbtra sYdwtlnri will take not accordingly. Criminal Court. Jeannette Warn, oolored woman, was Indicted f.ir hkIIi i; frum Mrs. Wolsb several article of wearinc n pxrol, Ao. Welsb, It will be ro tncinlM rod, was the baLK drlrer who lent his lira by tliii upsetllogof'hli carriage In tbe Tiber, noar tlm Avenue, eoee time alnce. The theft Is allege I to liuve been committed by Jean netle, while .the corpse waa In the home, the hatrlng boon called lu to aailit daring the prep aration for burial. ' Judge Crawford deolded that the tndlotment was Imperfect, In not oharglngthe property aa having been atolen from " the widow and ohll dren,rof Welsh. A corrected Indictment will probably be re turned by ihe grandjury. Matthew Sexton, for stealing a keg of beer from Clias. Ehrbaob. Not guilty. Adolpbus tttewart, baker at to...

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

"mi ",'''' '5" -rtfxmmy 1VE29& & "ij '!!l!ll!J'iyalw j . w.ii v ,ti'''"f'eFfllflc1l.'J., NATIOMLjEPjnjLICAN. rot tt miioi araaurea. XXN"XIi To Major CtnrralD(orge B. McClellan. Hull herochloflalnl Thee tliy country' need Summon, to lend her rallying patriots forth. Andce i more brighten with high martlaf The stained escutcheon of th' Indignant North. Chosen commander I Lol A nation's gaie nx Intent, expectant full on thee j triillo armed If gtnns w.ilt thy will to raise Tho fearless war-cry of the bold and free. A great frv people their high truit have, pl.iced Mainly In keeping of thy master hand. They mark thy gleaming sword from sheath uncalled, Hashes brlgtit presage to an anxious land. That trust our fathers boldly dared to win,. The icred trust of freedom's holy causo, An.l we, thnlr son,"amld the battle's din, Will sink, or still maintain hor heavon-born laws. On' on! to meet rebellion's heartless slaves, Etch of thy men will vie to lead tho way, And all will win thor...

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