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tars we contend, Assured that God will us defend-- He makes our cause his own: Not of our gallant patriot host, Not of brave leaders do we boast-- We trust in God alone. Sumter, and Bethel, and Bull Run Witnessed fierce battles fought and won, By aid of Power Divine: We met the foe, who us defied, In all his pomp, in all his pride, Shouting: “Manasseh's mine!” It was not thine, thou boasting foe! We laid thy vandal legions low-- We made them bite the sod: At Lexington the braggart yields, Leesburgh, Belmont and other fields-- Still help us, mighty God! Thou smiledst on the patriot seven-- Thou smilest on the brave eleven Free, independent States; Their number thou wilt soon increase And bless them with a lasting peace, Within their happy gates. No more shall violence then be heard, Wasting, destruction no more feared In all this Southern land: “Praise,” she her gates devoutly calls, “Salvation,” her Heaven-guarded walls-- What shall her power withstand? “The little one,”