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cherish absent ones. By the love you bearly ussens, Fast and pray. Noble mothers patriot's pride, Vainly arriving tears to hide By the anguish long conceated. By the love not half revealed. Fast and pray. Sister though thy gentle pleading Stemed to fall on hearts onhealing Duty triumphed the love's taken, Prayer and a unbroken, Fast and pray. Emely wife thy vizl sleeping Where thy tender Sleeping Sailors shaper dimly grarzing Till the dawn East Fast and prayer. Southern offspring patriots all. Prostrate at your chieftain's call, Stricken nation's mingled cries Like one vast petition rise. Fast and pray. Humbly, Lord we come to then Contribe bend the sapphiant knee; Muteless foes our land invade F efforts sid: For this we fast and pray. This dawning Republic we pray thee to No fast of invader out soilder press, The peal of the bugle and cease, Our infantile benner float outward in peace, For these we'll fast and pray. Columbus, Nov. 15. 1861.