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ested this; a few lines are borrowed from it. Kentucky's banner spreads Its folds above our heads; We are already famous in story. Mount and make ready then, Brave Duke and all his men; Fight for our homes and Kentucky's old glory. Chorus— March! March! Brave Duke and all his men! Haste, brave boys, now quickly march forward inDuke and all his men! Haste, brave boys, now quickly march forward in order! March! March! ye men of old Kentuck! The horrid blue coats are over the border. Morgan's men have great fame, There is much in a name; Ours must shine today as it ever has shone! The Southern Marseillaise These jolly fellows belong to the Fifth Company of the celebrated Washington Artillery. This was a crack regFar from de old folks at home! Cheer, boys, cheer Cheer, boys, cheer was sung by every man who fought in a Southern Kentucky or Tennessee regiment. General Basil Duke in his account of the battle of Shiloh, says— just as Breckinridge's division was going into action, we came upon the left of it where the Kentucky troops w