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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 August 1862

4 ? ... - - - -,r - ... r l4 '. 1 !l . JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' TRUTH ANDjJUSTICE." ABYANCE. Volume XXVII. GALL. I POL IS, O Hip, : AU GUST. 2 862 40 ft 7 W III U. ' . mi i i "ii i m -.-- AWKWARD JEREMIAH. xnantr trentleman. faehjorslbiT J O . - ' w dressed, and with the sir of c-n&.Vho ronld be at home io society, reached Boston towards evening, by the Fitch- J..rl.i, RiSlrnti He proceeded atone to a hotel, not wishing to intrude upon bis relatives at that hour, and tool a nrnfortuhla: nnrr After this be'. went put for s leisurely stroll in Wsh-ffcu)fcs?'' Inirton steeeL On bis way he ViA-'--li knft.ii thlishment.,'bd itbeiug a warm evening decided to go in and have an ice cream. Be accordingly ordered one, and wlile waitine to have it served, bad an ODDortunitv to look about mm nine to look about him a little , .V fnl,iake toweiy survey, -Ambled. rTbese were chiefly r . a. .t all ladies.' and to those who are at all fam iliar with Boston-ladies,! neeT not say . t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 August 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL!,.?? DITSD AID PUBMBNB Vt J ATIES niRTEK, jyAt $1,50. invariably in adrawe R. L. STEW;ABT. Aasm-Ajrr Em to.- ' .THURSDAY, 'CUST 3. I 52. WAR MEETING. S3Tk grand ilies Ifec-tipg rill is held in Gallipolis, on Mii Silaruay, for the purpose of filling op tbe infant rj eompsny, for tbe 117th Reg. now being recruited by Messrs. Gate wood, Blackburn, Walters, and others. Also for completing tbe company of Cavalry allotted to Gallia county. Torn out everybody, and let us make one final effort to relieve our county of the odi um of a draft Will our friends from tbe country, oblige ui by bringing along with them from their abundant stores, provision for a dinner. Our citizens have already been heavily taxed in this line, yet are willing to do what they can. Good music, good speakers, goed cheer, and "lots o' lasses turnout once more, and cheer the hearts of our brave volunteers. The splendid brass band, of the 4th Va. Reg., Vill be in attendance. ' srTbe Sec'y. of War has ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 August 1862

OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE ARKANSAS. Th Nary Department is in receipt of voluminous dispatches from Admiral Farragut, and among them ia tbe following: "FLAGSHIP HARTFORD, BATON ROUGE, Aug. 7th, 1862. 'Sib: It ia one of the happiest mo - taenia of my life, that I am enabled to inform the Department of the deatrnc- it held this iron-clad in auch terror, ... .. - . n tion ot ibe ram Arkansas, not Decause but because the community did. On the 4th iost. I aent the Tennessee up to Baton Rouge with ' provisions Commander Porter, and the gunboaU stationed at that place. On the night of the 6th she returned with the information that the enemy Tiarl mada a combined attack nnn Baton Rouge by the ram and two gun- boats, the Webb and Music; and call- ing for assistance, at daylight the Hartford was under wreieh for thia place, with orders for the other Teasels to follow me aa fast as ready. Iar - rived here to-day at 12 M., in company with the Brooklyn, Westfield, Clinton, JhcfeRo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 August 1862

POET'S CORNER. From Forney's War Press. From Forney's War Press. R A M S. BY FRANCE DE HAES JANVIER. Who, indeed, woold have thought that it ever eo old ibute That dogmatical England and sjompksea France, Who have always known every tkirf wa3 toe sun; r Who have always thought irst cf wiistever we've done; , We hare scarce deigned ear en-M- eat salam , fcrt tn adore aa Artir:ea JtrET There have always Uea iUsssl lather Adaas, we know. Found some Rama in lap?-- -f'Z " In the raising of Bal Abel tak desk da- light; And a Ram was ccneJnijd in &e ve?y irst fight And the first Sam afloat, we s.sy ftrtier - mark, Was the Ram which old Both tool uts tie Art : Then, it seems, there were Rams which were tied up in stalls, Driven out to do battle by betting down walls Alexander, Mareeilns, and Sylla, we find, Ead a great many Kama of thia desperate kind. And when Titos encamped 'mid J ti alum's palms, It is said that the Hebrews saw nothing bat Rams! After these there came Rams not inelin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 September 1862

; .t.:. JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." 61:50, IN ADYANCE. Volume XXVII. G A L LI POL IS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 4, 18 62. Number 41. Ml THE RETREAT FROM CULPEPPER—GEN. SIGEL COVERS THE REAR—HIS CONSUMMATE STRATEGY—CAPTURE OF AN ENTIRE REBEL BRIGADE—ATTEMPT TO CROSS THE RAPPAHANNOCK— THE ENEMY EVERYWHERE REPULSED. FULSBD. Correspondence of the Philadelphia Press. HEADQUARTERS ARMY of VIRGINIA, August 22. - A ftpr tnAfiT vexatious delays, by the use hich the armr is making of Ihe railroad, I arrived here on last Wed- fcesday. The country is a fine, open rne. with irentle undulations, and an OC' casional eminence rising up here and there, affording a fine view of the sur rounding country. The general direc tion of the river at this point is from northeast to southeast. We occupy Ihe northeastern slope the enemy the southwestern. Our position was hap- pily chosen, and carries victory on the , very lace 01 It, SO luai L am uufc ab.UjriOUS astonished at the impatience ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 September 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SDITKD 1K PVBU8BIV BT JATIES HARPER, ?WAt $1,50. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. Assistant Editobv ,. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. SEPT. . - 4. Union State Ticket. . judos or sopbbmb oocrt, ' FRANKLIN T.. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga.-- i . bbcbKIAET .OX STATE, . ; W..S.KENNQN. . : . ' r .Jrf Belmont r . : -. : ATTORKET GENERAL,1 ' ' '2 CHAUNCEY N. GLDSr of Franklin. ', ' , SCHOOL COUHISSIOKIB. : WILLIAM. D. HENKLE, " of Warren. - - BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS," JOnN B. GREGORY, of Scioto. The third mass war meeting for Gallia county, was held at Gallipolis dfi .Satwday last. To say that ft was a complete success, conveys bat a faint idea of the reality. Although the two former were well attended, the crowd en Saturday was still larger, and made np in a great measure of people from the country. . There being so officers in either company who were residents ef Gallipolis, but little inteiest was taken in making preparations by our citizens, many of whom had contributed largely to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 September 1862

Correspondence of the Washington Star. FALMOUTH, Aug. 25. We bare ibe following information as to the rebel army od the Rappahannock: Ow Informant, a man of good judge ment, and who saw the enemy's forces eross from the Rapidan to the Rappa hannock, estimates that the whole Con federate army opposed to Pope is under two hundred thousand. He was sur prised, however, by tbe extent of their artillery ana transportation ana .ine general good condition of the troops.. Our. informant, orerbeard tbe Con - federate officers expressing much rei - ation that Pope escaped them. They said that but for some misunderstanding about orders they would have nabbed lum, and that tbey ought on Sunday to bare been where they were on Tuesday, Pope's activity in evading them caused ineir piau -.u iuiu uuw a inuure entirely. In the opinion of our informant, Jack eon has quietly slipped away to some new field of operations, and tbe dem onstrations made by the Confederates along the Rappahannock within tbe l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 September 1862

For the Gallipolis Journal. SWEAR AND LET THEM GO. SWEAR AND LET THEM GO. BY C. V. B., CO. C. 36TH REGIMENT, O. V. I. A trapper went out to hia trap oo day, A huge grizly bear wpon one lay. He thought tegi-re Brum a very hard chug. Bat Brain tombed round and gave him a nor, The poor trapper, breathless, aaid what shall I do. And faint-heart aaid later lint and let bun go. An old boa eonatrietor concealed by the way. Caught a man aa ha passed along, one day, Andhs eoiled about him again and again, Till toe Wood gushed out from every vein; In hi anguiah ha gasped, oh what shall I do, And faint-heart aaid nxar ass and let hia go. A Ion virgin walked in- a dreary road. And a ruffian came out from atiueketof wood, And ha graeped her close in brawny arm, And no one waa near to proteet her from ham. When abe eried, my God, what ahall I do, Faint-heart aaid twear kim and let him go. A rumseller eame to a peaceful town, And he apread desolation and death around, A matron loat father, and hus...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 September 1862

r ' "-JL - i4 O - A z" - vv c - "TRUTH AND JUSilCE." 81:50, IN ADVANCE. JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, O II I O , S E P T E M B ER 1 1, 1 8 62. Number 42 Volume XXVII. I. - " WEARY OF LIFE A SKETCH FROM THE GERMAN BY MRS. FRANK SMITH. Midnight was past, and the lights of he light, of itbestresm Anguished -J'rf" the vessels lying at anchor in were beginning to be exti . 1. i n MnAa. n r r'nA frnm j: .:-. ti,. .hn The e der f the two had already reached the strand, and was preparing to make a .w nf which was not to . mi.toti.n- hnt at that instant the younger seized him by "e rln' ex claiming: "Sir. I believe you want to drown yourself.' . , "You have guessed it. What is that to you'" . This was the answer, spoken in the most angry tone. . "Nothing, 1 know, l wouio simpiy request you to wait a couple of minutes when, if you like, we will make the great journey together. Arm in arm the best way of dying." With these words the younger extend- ed his band to the elder, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 September 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. mrriB am ftousbxd it JAMES HARPER. "At 91,50. invariably fa advance S. L. STEWART. AjratAjrr Enron. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 11. Union State Ticket. cdox cr tvntux oocbt. FRANKLIN T. B ACKUS, . .'.,, , .of Cuyahoga. , ;. -. , . , ' ' SXCTttTABT or BiTI, ! . .- W.&KEKNOV, 'of Belmont. . ATTOBKXT otiriaii, CBAUNCEY H." OLDS, of Franklin. . school comusMoirc, "WILLIAM. D. HENKLE. . of Warren. ' '- BOAXD OF PFBLTC WOIII, ' JOHN B. GREGORY, of Scioto. For Congress, H. 8, BUNDTr. : XT For the protection of the border, Got. Tad baa directed the calling oat and organizing -of tbe militia within the border counties. How nobly Gallia responded to it, was aeen in the mas of abla bodied men collected on our Publio Square, on laat Saturday. Al though many companies bad from ten to twenty miles to travel, yet by 1 1 A. M. not less than twenty fire hundred men were on the ground. , We were carried back to the good old days, when militia trainings formed one of tbe gala d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 September 1862

THE REBEL INVASION OF MARYLAND. - . LAND. NEW YORK, Sept. 7. A Washington letter in the Herald, dated the 5th. has the following: It it understood that 30,000 rebel have into Maryland. It it said the tecMaionieU are buying noma nere ana in Baltimore fr re' artillery and cavalry, A section of Sedan's battery , si-; leneed a rebel battery on Thursday, which waa amusing itself throw-! hg ahella into our camp at Miner'a Hill, only eight miles from Washing - ton. McClellan is placing the new Regi - mente into old brigades. Vr.erirVshaiir haa been occupied by tvm .bi infantry and eayalry. WIV it . J A Washington dispatch to the : Herald, dated midnight on Saturday, ! it is known that the rebela are in the neighborhood of Frederick in force. J They captured nothing, aa the rolling ' stock of the railroad had been Bent BWa.y. I The bridge across the Monaeacy is fcol injured, but train are not allowed o go within three miles of Frederick : junction. ! Our military auihoritiea are confident i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 September 1862

POET'S GORNER. THE CAPTAIN'S WIFE. AN INCIDENT OF THE WAR. MvsisUw Blanehe, berehild.aud I sat on tbs 7 Uwn that morning. Ob woold a wife's strong lore," he cried, "eenld shield soldier's fatt!" A roie little trembled a. if touched by um forewarning. ,.. Then rode a soldier tip the lane, aad halted at the gate. . . , , . . , house is Malcolm Blake sT I I took it. Blanche, half murmuring, said, "Whatr none for me, hia wifer The stranger dangled Madge's eurls, and, bending over, kissed her: Tour father was my captain, child! I loved' him at my life." Then suddenly he galloped off, without word more spoaen. I read the letter. Blanehe exclaimed, "What makes you tremble so? 0 God! howeouldl ansverher? How should the news be broken? For first they wrote to me, not her, that I should break the blow. "Anotherbattle fonghtr I sard. "Our troops were brave, but lost it." Her quick eye saw the letter was not writ ia Malcolm's band. 1 glanced a moment at her faee a sudden shadow crossed it: "Rea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 September 1862

... . -V -J ; e . ... f JAMES HARPER, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH AND JUSTICE; .11:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO , .' SP.pj'EM BJE R 1 8,': 1 8 62 . Number 43 I Ml si 111 II p-rivi lis i i 1 III 1 . 1 UJXl 1 . : i "7 8 . ...... . . AN IMAGINARY CITY. A SHORT STORY OF GYMPSUM'S GREAT INVESTMENT. BY FALCONBRIDGE. X ! We are surviving one great hum, of modern times, at least, for the days of imaginary city lots, visionary gold veins, coal mines, copper digging, and pirate's bnried treasures, are surely nam be red if not passed. There are too many real live fixtures now lor men to invest in. to allow the getters op of lithographic cities and pencil-sketch coal mines to mislead the floating capitalist But there teas a time, in ye days of vmttr-loU, creat timber lands specula tiona in Maine, coal mania up the Schuylkill, and the great, never-to-be forgotten grand inland city of Metrop olis scheme, out west, when excited purses got the better of common sense, and men, g...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 September 1862

CALLIPQLIS JOURNAL. DITKD ABB PTBLISBXB BT JAMES HARPER, yAt $1.50. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. Asbistar Emtob. GAIXIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : SEPT. 18. 1862. Union State Ticket. . - 7 jcbob or icrun copbt, - FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, ef Cuyahiga. SECRETART OF ST ATX, W.S.KENNON, 'jot Belmoot. : 1TT0RKET 6XKIB1L.' . CHAUNCEY N. OLDS, of Franklin. SCHOOL comkimiokib, WILLIAM. D. HEKKLE, of Warren. boxed or public wowi, JOHN B. GREGORY, of Scioto. ' For Congress, H. S. BUND. THE BATTLE ON KANAWHA. X7From an eye-witness, we hare reeeired a reliable account of the battle at Fayette, and subsequent proceedings up to the withdrawal of our forces from the west side of Elk, which we lay before our readers. The 37th and 34th 0. Y. were in earop at Fayette, ri e;k : n h inrti "net at abont 12 m.. they were attacked byj1 . , ... . T 1 a body of rebels under Gen. Loring. Previous to the attack, onr sick were plaeed in ambulances and started in adrance of the trains for Gauley. A detachment of rebel...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 September 1862

THE NECESSITIES OF THE CRISIS LETTER FROM PARSON BROWNLOW. TV, th Cbvtrnnrs of the Loyal Stattv. Rehtixitks: I do not wish to figun . Wvhodv in other men's mat ters," but feeling and knowing that, the critit of our national affairs is now up on us, and believing that the next sixty days will determine the question wnelh er we are to maintain the supremacy of the Government, or whether ine re bellion is to prevail (I have a personal acquaintance wun many oi you uuy ernora Purlin, Iforfon. Tod, ITorgan Rnekineham. Andrews, and others-i and I bear testimony that you have done much, and done it well, wisely, and in due time, to promote the best interests of our country in this the day of hertnal; much remains to be done, and you, gentlemen, representing more than twenty States, have it in your power to do more than any other class qf mtn, let me impress upon your minds the alarming fact that the rebel; have now more men in the field, and in camps of instruction, than we have; having bro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 September 1862

POET'S CORNER "AND IS THIS ALL" WRITTEN AT THE GRAVE OF WASHINGTON, BY OLIVER I. TAYLOR. The author encountered, in atrip along the Potomac, a European gentleman of rant and education, who, with the magnificence of Westminister .Abbey doubtless before his mind, on beholding1 the simple, unadorned as pect of Mount Vernon, remarked nth stir prise, not unmixed with earcaszn, "and is this all your country does for Washington?" And U Hit all? What wouldst thon have! Some Tast And colonnaded pile, whose mounting front Should Iok with daring gaze in Heaven's calm face; AniT nAnmantine walls, and pendant arms "With royal banners deck'd, to guard the clay, The coffin'd clay of greatness!1 Not such, not such For him. These, the eold and solemn mock- erics "Which canning Tyranny invents to awe The pulseless souls of his tame worshippers. Befit not him, whose life maiestie was. And grand, yet free from pomp and empty Doasi As these high, everlasting hills; and pure As yon clear heaven which smi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 September 1862

7" v . A? : SI MMES' HA1PER, EDITOR IE) PROPRIETOR. f 1:50, IN ADYAKC& Volume XXVII. 6ALLIPOL ITS , OHIO;3 SJTEMBER 2 5, 18 62. i t i i II i t nii'i n fid in 1! - " ---; '..!., -Og ; ! i. : - 75 ' ' ..I . j m.i,SgT"T5ME CURIOUS CASE OF SUPERSTITION, A widow lady in Paris, aged about sixty-three, who lodged on a two pair e . - b -' - it- t . . ' ' oi sisirq apor iQ me ue ae la r erron iere, with, only a maid' servant, was cc tustomed to spend several hoars flay before the altar dedicated to Pan), in a neighboring church. Some Villains, observing her extreme weak ness, resolved, as she was known to yeryrich, to share her wealth. One them accordingly took the opportunity to conceal himself behind the carved work of the altar and when no person but the old lady was there, in the dusk fof the evening, he;contriyed to throw letter right before her. She took it up, ana not precemng any one near, sap posed it came by a miracle. In inls she was confirmed when she Sw !t nirrnpH "Paul, the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 September 1862

GALLYPOLIS JOURNAL, EDITED JkSD PUBLISHED BT JAMES HAB?ES, Z3Tk.t 31.50. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. Aebistast Erncx. GAIiLlFeLIS. THURSDAY. SEPT. SB. 1862. Union State Ticket. JUDGE OF SOPKEME COPRT, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS... . .-of Cuyahogiu -eecsetaet or state; A i V " - W; 8. KENNON, of Belmont. ATTOBSJET CEKEEAt, CHAUNCEY N.. OLDS, -of Franklin SCHOOL COMIISSIOKEK, "WILLIAM. ID. HENKLE, of Warren. BOARD OF FCBUO 'WORKS, JOHN B. GREGORY, of Scioto. For Congress, . H.8- .B.UNDY. -W- "Have ire a police force in GallK polis? If not, why not? There never has been a time in tlie history of our town,, when ils safety, and the security of our citizens, more imperatively de manded the services of a vigilant po lice. Yet-so far as we can learn, not one man is now acting in that capacity. Are our city fathers blind to the facts which stare every other person in the face. Our city is- crowded with strangers. A very considerable army is encamped in onr vicinity,. Hordes of stragglers, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 September 1862

Army Correspondence. MANCHESTER, TENN., Aug. 31, 1862. ; Ed. Journal-Vsm Sib: If you- please let me use your columns, to re- port the result of a fight, in which Gal- jia county uoya iuuk n piuuiucut nuu glorious part. Un wiaay ine sain of Aucr.. two of our companies, vis : CVs, A and F, with about -20, mea'of the 9th" Michigan regiment were at tached near Short Mountain Cross Roads, while on dnty there guarding a bridge, by fifteen hundred rebel cavalry tinder Gen. Forrest. Our boys one hundred and fifteen! strong, all told, had just completed a stockade, and were resting and,eating dinner, some two' hundred yards from the stockade, when the attack was ' made. Nine hundred dismounted car-' airy approached under cover of a dense f woods to a position about as near to me fortification as our men were. Now they were 'discovered, and both parlies made a desperate effort to gain the stockade first. The; race was a close aha .ml mnef Avfifinrr hot OUT boVS had some advantage in the groun...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 September 1862

POET'S CORNER. From the Louisville Journal. THE ENSIGN BEARER. Dedicated is Alfred Burnett, Esq. BY CORA M. EAGER. Nevtrraind me, unci Jared, never mind acy bleeding breast. They are charging in the valley and yoim needed with the rest All theday through, from ita dawning till yon saw your mumn uui. Ton bare answered, fresh and fearless, to our brave commander! call, And I would not rob my conntry of your gal lant aid to-night, Though yoor presence and yonr pity itay ay spirit in ita flight. All along that quivering column, see the death ateed trampling down Hen vhoja deeds thia day are worthy of a kingdom and a crown; Prithee hasten, uncle Jared, what's the ballet in my breast To that murderous storm of fire raining tor tures on thereat! See the bayonets flash and falter, the foe be gins to win, See! seel our falling comrades 1. Ood, bow the xinti are closing in! Hark! there quickening in the distance and e, thundering in tne air Like the. roaring of a lion, just emerging from hit ...

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