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ads, working with our hands, praying with our spirits. We have a working foe to deal with. "Watch ye; quit you like men; be strong." Run, run, it necessary; don't be taken prisoners with arms in your hands, if it can be helped. It's an disgrace to run, when Liberty is the and in view. And, by the help of our God, other peals will yet be rung our on Southern breeze, proclaiming to all tyrants that a free people will ot be enslaved. O, noble and beloved countrymen it is not that Fort Donelson falls — it is not that our coast is invaded — it is not that Nashville is in the hands of the enemy, and gunboats ascend and descend our rivers, that our hearts fail us, and sick within us. But it is when we hear that wickedness and vice is tempest in our enemy. How much of the independence of these colonies was due to the prayers of Washington, to his penalties against profane swearing and Sabbath breaking; to his acting as chaplain to the army, when necessity required, and this on the