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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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34. lines by W. S. G. Respectfully inscribed to the loyal ladies of Kentucky, and especially to Mrs. Nannette Smith and Mrs. Bland Bullard, of Louisville, Kentucky, by a private in Captain Van Trees' company, Sixth regiment of Indiana Volunteers, Col. T. T. Crittenden commanding. We left our homes and firesides, And those who love us dearly-- Our mothers, brothers, sisters, wives-- All those we love sincerely. And why? A noble sister State Called out in tones of thunder, “Brothers, there's traitors on our soil Who'd rend our peace asunder.” We heard the call-responded, too, Though bitter was our parting; We joined the gallant Crittenden, As with one heart upstarting. We gave a hasty brief adieu, With hearts somewhat dejected; But every Hoosier vowed to see Kentucky's fair protected. And have we proved false to our trust, Or shirked the foe before us? Nay! we'll e'er follow that old flag That's proudly streaming o'er us! Our fathers bore it on the fields. Won by blood-wrought