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England (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 80
cked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slender She aimt at us a mortal bow, but God was our defender Jehovah. saw her horid plan Great Washinton he gave us his holiness inspired that man With power and skill to save Us She sent her fleets and armies ore To ransack kill and plunder Our heroes met them on the show And did beat them back like thunder Our Independance we possest And with there hands they assind it But on thare hearts twas near imprest And never could we find it We, bo
Aquae Sulis (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 80
ng fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slender She aimt at us a mortal bow, but God was our defender Jehovah. saw her horid plan Great Washinton he gave us his holiness inspired that man With power and skill to save Us She sent her fleets and armies ore To ransack kill and plunder Our heroes met them on the show And did beat them back like thunder Our Independance we possest And with there hands they assind it But on thare hearts twas near imprest And never could we find it We, bore it untel forbarrance twas degrading They wood rob our ship at sea and stop Us from furron nation a trading The Washing has built his famo with credit and renoun He has planted a tree of libertee that Britteans cant pul down The roots they reach from Show to Show the Branches reach the sky Tis oh for freedom wele a dow Will Conquer foes or die for James Schofiele (from Lynchbug virginia for James P. Christian--Bath (Me.) Times.
Ithaca (New York, United States) (search for this): chapter 80
20. a Poetical and patriotic gem. by the Descendant of an F. F. V. On the memorable twenty-first of July, the day of the great battle near Manassas, a party of civilians, consisting of C. T. Greenleaf, Esq., of this city, G. P. Putnam, Esq., of New York, . . . . Rev. D. Torrey, of Ithaca, N. Y., and one or two others, were at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, and on the spot where the Virginia Rifles had been stationed, Mr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slen
G. P. Putnam (search for this): chapter 80
20. a Poetical and patriotic gem. by the Descendant of an F. F. V. On the memorable twenty-first of July, the day of the great battle near Manassas, a party of civilians, consisting of C. T. Greenleaf, Esq., of this city, G. P. Putnam, Esq., of New York, . . . . Rev. D. Torrey, of Ithaca, N. Y., and one or two others, were at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, and on the spot where the Virginia Rifles had been stationed, Mr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slend
20. a Poetical and patriotic gem. by the Descendant of an F. F. V. On the memorable twenty-first of July, the day of the great battle near Manassas, a party of civilians, consisting of C. T. Greenleaf, Esq., of this city, G. P. Putnam, Esq., of New York, . . . . Rev. D. Torrey, of Ithaca, N. Y., and one or two others, were at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, and on the spot where the Virginia Rifles had been stationed, Mr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slend
James Schofiele (search for this): chapter 80
g fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slender She aimt at us a mortal bow, but God was our defender Jehovah. saw her horid plan Great Washinton he gave us his holiness inspired that man With power and skill to save Us She sent her fleets and armies ore To ransack kill and plunder Our heroes met them on the show And did beat them back like thunder Our Independance we possest And with there hands they assind it But on thare hearts twas near imprest And never could we find it We, bore it untel forbarrance twas degrading They wood rob our ship at sea and stop Us from furron nation a trading The Washing has built his famo with credit and renoun He has planted a tree of libertee that Britteans cant pul down The roots they reach from Show to Show the Branches reach the sky Tis oh for freedom wele a dow Will Conquer foes or die for James Schofiele (from Lynchbug virginia for James P. Christian--Bath (Me.) Times.
James P. Christian (search for this): chapter 80
ng fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slender She aimt at us a mortal bow, but God was our defender Jehovah. saw her horid plan Great Washinton he gave us his holiness inspired that man With power and skill to save Us She sent her fleets and armies ore To ransack kill and plunder Our heroes met them on the show And did beat them back like thunder Our Independance we possest And with there hands they assind it But on thare hearts twas near imprest And never could we find it We, bore it untel forbarrance twas degrading They wood rob our ship at sea and stop Us from furron nation a trading The Washing has built his famo with credit and renoun He has planted a tree of libertee that Britteans cant pul down The roots they reach from Show to Show the Branches reach the sky Tis oh for freedom wele a dow Will Conquer foes or die for James Schofiele (from Lynchbug virginia for James P. Christian--Bath (Me.) Times.
C. T. Greenleaf (search for this): chapter 80
20. a Poetical and patriotic gem. by the Descendant of an F. F. V. On the memorable twenty-first of July, the day of the great battle near Manassas, a party of civilians, consisting of C. T. Greenleaf, Esq., of this city, G. P. Putnam, Esq., of New York, . . . . Rev. D. Torrey, of Ithaca, N. Y., and one or two others, were at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, and on the spot where the Virginia Rifles had been stationed, Mr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue inMr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and sle
20. a Poetical and patriotic gem. by the Descendant of an F. F. V. On the memorable twenty-first of July, the day of the great battle near Manassas, a party of civilians, consisting of C. T. Greenleaf, Esq., of this city, G. P. Putnam, Esq., of New York, . . . . Rev. D. Torrey, of Ithaca, N. Y., and one or two others, were at Fairfax Court House, Virginia, and on the spot where the Virginia Rifles had been stationed, Mr. Greenleaf picked up a paper carefully and legibly written in blue ink. It proved to be a gem of rare merit, a rough diamond, indicating that the Muses and the school-master are abroad, and for the edification of our readers we are permitted to give below a verbatim et literatim copy: My harp is hung on the willou tree, Its of to the war I will gou My peace home has no charms for me, He meet them on the potomac show There is a war a kindling fast tis on land & sea, And we must and face our enemee Great Britain eighty years a gou, whilst we were young and slend