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ke rain; But dauntless stood his brave brigade-- The heroes of the plain. Then pressed the foe in serried ranks; But not to them they yield, Hunger and thirst had done their work, Before they gave the field. Oh! honor to the Irish boys, And cheers of three times three; Old Ireland is with our side-- I wish that she were free. The Irish boys are bold and brave, The Irish boys are true; They love the dear old stars and stripes, The spangled field of blue. Oh! brave were those who nobly fought; But braver still the band Who, forced by rebels in their ranks, United, made their stand. They saw the old and honored flag Borne out upon the air, And not a gun was raised against Its floating folds so fair! Ah! Lexington and Springfield boast Their heroes true and grand; But Winchester shall stir men's hearts Throughout Columbia's land. Oh! honor to the Irish boys, And cheers of three times three, For Ireland we'll fight some day, And she shall yet be free. C. M. --Philadelphia Press.