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old the sons that heir your fame-- Behold your progeny and weep! Were such, with old Laconia's son, Laconia's Son.--In the early days of the discovery and settlement of New-Hampshire, it was called Laconia. At the famous battle, or battles, of Bennington (for two were fought on the same (lay and on the same field) General Stark, of New-Hampshire, commanded. The men who fought at Bennington? Is this the land of Washington, That warmed the patriot's sanguine dreams, Where Liberty made bright herBennington? Is this the land of Washington, That warmed the patriot's sanguine dreams, Where Liberty made bright her shield, And nursed her eaglets in its gleams? Where Bunker Hill and Monmouth field Shot terror to the oppressor's soul, And wrote, wi:h many a flying pen, Their protests on a bloody scroll? And shall hour-born oppression spurn These creeds to alien tyrants taught, And Freedom's beauteous limbs enthrall, Or bind the lightning of her thought? Shall her unwilling hands be made To forge the insignia of her shame; Her tongue to speak, her pen to write, A flamling falsehood on her fame? Say, ye who s