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Carolina City (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
the ancient fire That blazed on Bunker Hill-- And every hill-top caught the flame That heralds war's alarms, When on the startled ear there rang The clarion cry: “To arms!” State after State with loyal zeal Marched manful to the front, Contending which should strike the first, And which should bear the brunt. The grand uprising of that time Shall live in deathless song, The protest of the loyal free Against disloyal wrong. And now, beneath the Southern sky, A hundred camp-fires gleam, On Carolina's land-locked coast, Beside Potomac's stream; And, scattered through the mighty West, By river-course and plain, The white tents of our soldiers mark Law's reestablished reign. We send them forth with prayers and tears, Our dearest and our best; That they are true, and brave as true, Our battle-fields attest. Full many a hard-won victory Has crowned their valor tried, Yet not alone by mortal strength; For God was on their side! A year ago, and blank distrust Held all our hearts in thrall,
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12. one year ago. by Horatio Alger, Jr. One year ago our glorious flag Lay trailing in the dust, Rent were the grand old stars and stripes By treason's deadly thrust. One year ago, and every cheek Was tinged with manly shame, And eyes flashed fire of storm and ire At sound of Sumter's name. One year ago, and treason stood With scornful mien and high, And blotted out, one after one, The stars that lit our sky, Oh! fearful shame and foul disgrace, That Freedom's holy lamp Should turn unto a baleful torch To light a rebel camp! Then, then it was our hearts were stirred By one electric thrill-- A remnant of the ancient fire That blazed on Bunker Hill-- And every hill-top caught the flame That heralds war's alarms, When on the startled ear there rang The clarion cry: “To arms!” State after State with loyal zeal Marched manful to the front, Contending which should strike the first, And which should bear the brunt. The grand uprising of that time Shall live in deathless song, The pr