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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), A poem which needs no Dedication. (search)
the State's old banner, “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” II. Sink before the Federal ay, vol. III., p. 133. “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” IV. He repented him; the BishThe Viaticum was given: “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” VI. Then, the old cathedral'sdead freebooter shiver! “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” IX. Is it that those intonatight of fear and wonder! “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” X. Fierce he stands before thcity lights with fires. “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” XII. Ah! the children and the for tearful pleading. “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” XIIII. Louder swells the frigNorseman's iron hammer. “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” XIV. And they thought that head not lost their city. “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” XV. There's a moral in this s will shriek, too late, repenting: “A furore Normanorum, Libera nos, O Domine!” --N. O. Picayune.