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king a breach clean through the entire structure, and so weakening it as to insure its entire demolition by a few more shots. One more sufficed for the purpose, and this, the third, was directed to a part affording some stability to the superabundant mass. The missile weighing again 110 lbs., was, as before, fired from a 100-pounder gun, and it brought the whole battery, above the point struck, immediately to the ground. At a dinner given by the United Service Club on June 8th, to Sir Hope Grant, Sir Hope remarked that he attributed no small share of his success to the Armstrong gun. These weapons were, he said, exceedingly effective. In one case a gun which caused some annoyance was disabled, and thirteen men were found lying dead near it. Another piece belonging to the enemy was struck five times in a very short period. The Armstrong gun, he said, was, in fact, the finest weapon ever invented. Though there is some difference of opinion in the Board of Admiralty, the pre
[from the Southern Field and Fireside.]God bless our land!Anthem of the Confederate States.by E. Young, Lexington, Ga. Oh God! our only King-- To there our has to we bring Now hear as whilst we sing God bless our land! Grant her prosperity. Grown her with Liberty-- From mountain to the sea. God bless our land! With all Thy bounty fields Crown Then her harvest fields; And when the sword she wields, Strengthen her hand. O'er every enemy Give her the victory; Than mad'st her land ! May Justice, Truth and Love So all her counsel move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Grant that her children may Always Thy will obey; God bless our land ! Dally may songs of praise, From grateful heart noraise, Blessing Thy name always God bless our land ! Thou, in whose sight we stand, Bless now our native land, And from ea