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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The song of the camp.a Crimson accident — at Batard Taylor The subjoined touchingly beautiful poem — for it is a poem in the fullest sense and meaning of the term — was written by Bayard Taylor while the fortress of Sebastopol was beleaguered by the allied armies. To a full understanding and appreciation of it, let it be remembered that "Annie Laurie" is the song of the British camp, and wherever there is a British regiment — whether in Canada or India, England or China--whenever the simple Scotch air that accompanies M welton's banks are bonny, When early falls the dew, And twas there that Annie Laurie Gave me her promise true-- Gave me her promise And ne'er forget will I But for boney Annie Laurie I'll lay me down and die, is struck up, the heart and voice of every soldier responds as promptly as would their hands if the order were given to charge the enemy: The Incident. "Give us a song !" the soldiers cried, The outer trine as guarding. When the heated gu