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Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section: a Virginia Matron. Oh! come to the rescue, soldiers gallant and true, Calamities thicken, and foes not a few, Are invading the South, our once happy land, Oh! come and enlist, firmly to stand. From forces and field, from river and lake, Come, come for your country's weal is at stake, From the city's thronged way, from the moss-covered dell, Come forth in good earnest and all will be wall, Our cause it is just, O, be not lukewarm, But resolve in your hearts to weather the storm, Rouse, rouse, from your slumber like patriots of old, And come to the rescue, with hearts strong and bold, Our brave Southern band must never give way, But work, the storms low, and dark be the day, Our rights and our homes, the was cry rebound, From mountain and take, from hamier and town, Now, now, is the time true patriots to test, For our coast is in peril, and the far distant West, And Virginia, Virginia, the home of my heart, Her glory, I trust, will never depart, Tho' her border is bleeding