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29. Freemen! to your Standard rally! a song of the Union men of the South. by Lewis J. Cist. Freemen I to your standard rally! Come from mountain, hill, and valley; Forth from town and city sally-- Swear to guard it and defend it; Round that flag so long victorious, Stars and stripes, beloved and glorious, Swear, with voice deep, not uproarious, This rebellion foul, to end it! Shall the tree our fathers nourished-- Watered by their blood that flourished, Till the haughty Briton perished Out the land — shall it be riven? Shall the glorious flag they gave us-- Emblem high to guard and save us 'Gainst all foes that would enslave us-- From our natal soil be driven? Shall the Union, which our sires Forged, in patriotic fires, Perish at the fell desires Of the base secession crew? Shall we let such knaves and traitors, Robbers, thieves, and freedom-haters, All our nation's great creators' Most successful work undo? No! By Washington and Wayne, Adams, Franklin, Lee, and Penn, All th