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, Who spake unto Gideon: “Rend the curtains of Midian, From Heshbon to Dor!” From green-covered Chalgrave, from Naseby and Marston, Rich with the blood of the Earnest and True, The war-cry of Freedom, resounding, bath passed on The wings of two centuries, and come down to you: “Forward! to glory ye, Though the road gory be! Strong of arm! let your story be, And swift to pursue!” List! list! to the time-honored voices that loudly Speak from our Mother-land o'er the sad waves,-- From Hampden's dead lips, and from Cromwell's, who proudly Called freemen to palaces — tyrants to graves: “Sons of the Good and Pure! Let not their blood endure The attaint of a brood impure Of cowards and slaves!” And old Massachusetts' hills echo the burden: “Sons of the Pure-in-heart, never give o'er! Though blood flow in rivers, and death be the guerdon, All the sharper your swords be — death welcome the more! Swear ye to sheathe your swords Not, till the heathen hordes On their crave