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A song for the South.--From Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House, Savannah, Ga., we receive a splendid song and chorus entitled “The Southern soldier boy,” with words by Father Ryan and music by W. Ludden, which we can commend as a grand song that will be welcomed wherever the Southern soldier boys' memory is held dear. The poet priest's touching words are here set by a master hand to a tender melody, and fittingly dedicated to the Southern mothers whose soldier boys sleep in graves

Unmarked by a name, unmarked by a stone,
And only the voice of the wind maketh moan
O'er the mound where never a flower is strown.

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