Browsing named entities in a specific section of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore). Search the whole document.
Found 3 total hits in 3 results.
62. flag song of the Michigan Volunteers. by D. Bethune Duffield, Esq. (Adapted to the Anvil Chorus from Trovatore.) I. Trumpet, and ensign, and drum-beat are calling, From hill-side and valley, from mountain and river, “Forward the flag!” e'en though heroes are falling, Our God will His own chosen standard deliver. chorus. Star-Spangled Banner! our hopes to thee are clinging, Lead us to victory or wrap us in death! To thee, stanch arc we, while yet a breath Remains to sing thee; Or arm to fling thee, O'er this fair land, wide and free. II. “Union and Freedom!” our war-cry is rolling, Now over the prairie, now wide o'er the billow, Hark! 'tis the battle, and soon will be tolling The knell of the soldier, who rests 'neath the willow. chorus.--Star-Spangled Banner, &c. III. Banner triumphant! though grand is thy story, We'll stamp on thy folds in this struggle to-day, Deeds of our armies, transcending in glory, The bravest yet chanted in poesy's lay. chorus--Star-Spangled Ban