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alf understood The load he left behind. And then they called the fathers out, The fathers of the town,-- Wisdom has always dwelt with them From pagan Romans down;-- And they resolved, “No hostile foot Shall ever cross our soil; That all should arm themselves, and keep Our fields and towns from spoil. “We'll tear our railroads up a space; We'll burn our bridges down; That no invading foe may harm Our old and stately town.” And when defence was all arranged, All warlike plans were laid, The softer counsels of the heart Stole upwards to the head. “We'll send them something up to eat, Or all these famished men Will not have strength enough to go Back to their homes again.” And so great loads of all good things Went creaking up the road; A sort of music in the wheels, A moral in the load. Hurrah for South! Hurrah for North! Hurrah for our great land! Three cheers for this old Brotherhood-- The Brotherhood of Man! Baltimore Co., Md., April 30, 1861. --Baltimore Co.
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), The Whereabouts of Gen. Beauregard: by Telegraph to vanity Fair--after manner of Daily papers. (search)
d was in Richmond at 23 minutes past 6 o'clock yesterday, and will attack Washington at once. Philadelphia, April 26.--We learn on undoubted authority, that Gen. Beauregard was in Alexandria at 24 minutes past 6 yesterday, reconnoitring. Baltimore, April 26.--Gen. Beauregard was in Norfolk at 25 minutes past 6 yesterday, and took a gin cocktail with several of the first families. Havre de grace, April 26.--I learn from a gentleman just from Mobile, that Gen. Beauregard is on his way North, with 150,000 troops. Gen. Beauregard is six feet high, but will not join Blower's Household Guards. Declines advertising the Household Journal. Annapolis, April 26.--Gen. Beauregard was discovered in the White House rear-yard last night at 26 minutes past 6, armed with three large howitzers and a portable sledstake. He went away after reconnoitring pretty numerously. Philadelphia, April 26.--I learn on excellent authority that Gen. Beauregard was in Charleston at 22 minutes past 6
lead on the edges; walked in, and walked through; saw teamster on the other side, indulging in profane language --in fact, cussina considerable, because lightning had killed his team. Looked as finger directed — saw six dead oxen in line with hole through mountain; knew that was the bullet's work, but didn't say so to angry teamster. Thought best to be leaving; in consequence, didn't explore path of bullet any further; therefore, don't know where it stopped; don't know whether it stopped at all; in fact, rather think it didn't. Mounted horse; rode back through the hole made by the bullet, but never told Captain a word about it; to tell the truth, was rather afraid he'd think it a hoax. It's a right big story, boys, said Toby, in conclusion; but it's true, sure as shooting. Nothing to do with Maynard rifle but load her up, turn her North, and pull trigger. If twenty of them don't clean out all Yankeedom, then I'm a liar, that's all. --The Intelligencer, (Oxford, Mississippi.)