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The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Lines on the Death of Serg't Je- Warden Jones, of Company H. Twenty-Second Regiment Virginia Volunteers, who is in the battle at Lewisburg, Va., on the day of May, 1862. By Lieut.-Col. E H Jones, Va. When first the clarion blast of civil war, Broke on the stillness of the mountain It fell upon thy young and eager ear, And roused thee for the fratricidal tight. And thou didn't firmly stand the hostile fire Of hated foes on many a hard won field, Though wounded, bleeding, spurniJones, Va. When first the clarion blast of civil war, Broke on the stillness of the mountain It fell upon thy young and eager ear, And roused thee for the fratricidal tight. And thou didn't firmly stand the hostile fire Of hated foes on many a hard won field, Though wounded, bleeding, spurning to Or foul of Freedom's hallowed soil to yield. But Death — that ever loves a mark of flame, Made thee a target for his fate winged fade, Too deadly certain was the Archer's aim, That -ed the throbbing of thy youthful And sad it was, that in thy dying hour, Thou saws confusion and the beaten Saw cloud upon thy favorite banner lower, And heard the hated Northman triumph Not yet my brother, on that fatal day, Wer's thou uncared for on that field star, An angel woman knelt by thee