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Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): chapter 344
104. a voice from Mount Vernon. by James S. Watkins. O beauteous peace! Sweet union of State! what else but thou Gives safety, strength, and glory to a people? --Thomson. The Lord will give strength unto his people; the Lord will bless his people with peace.--Psalm 29: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and v
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 344
104. a voice from Mount Vernon. by James S. Watkins. O beauteous peace! Sweet union of State! what else but thou Gives safety, strength, and glory to a people? --Thomson. The Lord will give strength unto his people; the Lord will bless his people with peace.--Psalm 29: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 344
9: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and valor excelled That of Britain's proud-minioned soldiers, From our united Republic expelled? I mourn, even weep for my country, Encompassed by a foreboding gloom: Would to God now the factions could hear him-- George Washington calls “Peace!” from the tomb. Baltimore
104. a voice from Mount Vernon. by James S. Watkins. O beauteous peace! Sweet union of State! what else but thou Gives safety, strength, and glory to a people? --Thomson. The Lord will give strength unto his people; the Lord will bless his people with peace.--Psalm 29: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and
George Washington (search for this): chapter 344
9: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and valor excelled That of Britain's proud-minioned soldiers, From our united Republic expelled? I mourn, even weep for my country, Encompassed by a foreboding gloom: Would to God now the factions could hear him-- George Washington calls “Peace!” from the tomb. Baltimore
James S. Watkins (search for this): chapter 344
104. a voice from Mount Vernon. by James S. Watkins. O beauteous peace! Sweet union of State! what else but thou Gives safety, strength, and glory to a people? --Thomson. The Lord will give strength unto his people; the Lord will bless his people with peace.--Psalm 29: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and v
May 3rd, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 344
9: 11. Oh! where, brothers, where is our liberty? Where, where is the “union of lands” That was won by the blood of our sires, From England's tyrannical bands? Oh! where are the sons of the patriot Who slumbers in Mount Vernon's gloom? Would to heaven his children could hear him Calling, “Peace, children, peace!” from the tomb. Oh! where, brothers, where is your birthright? Where, where is your free speech and laws? Why, why do you war with each other In the verge of Anarchy's jaws? “Peace, freemen, peace with thy kinsmen!” Let the angel of love hover o'er you, And betray not the trust of your brethren, Disgracing the country that bore you. Where, where are the children of freedom Whose bravery and valor excelled That of Britain's proud-minioned soldiers, From our united Republic expelled? I mourn, even weep for my country, Encompassed by a foreboding gloom: Would to God now the factions could hear him-- George Washington calls “Peace!” from the tomb. Baltimore, May 3