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The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Georgians at Manassas. By I. Virginia French. Proud Virginia ! stem, undaunted, Triumphing mid blood and roil; Though the invaders Foot is planted, Tiger like, upon thy soil; Steadfast tho' his eyes despots On thy anties fiercely glout-- Tho' he rule brings chaotic, And his fangs are at thy throat ! Where are they — thy brave defenders, Crown'd with might and martial splendor They whom hate ye hailed with chorals Whose wives left to gather laurel; Gallant Georgians sweeping onward, With their banners treaming sunward, Eyes of light, and souls all glowing, Hearts with triple life overflowing. Live the loyal lion-hearted; Live they said Virginia's braves ! Or are they with the brave departed, Lying in Virginia's graves? Noble Southrons ! ne'r returning We must hide the bitter blast ! O'er ye now our yearning, Crushed and broken down at last. All successful — still a lowly, Humble, saddened people, true, We're victors in a cause most holy, Yet were stricken mourners