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el move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Grant that her children may Always Thy will obey; God bless our land ! Dally may songs of praise, From grateful heart noraise, Blessing Thy name always God bless our land ! Thou, in whose sight we stand, Bless now our native land, And from each hostile hand Guard at her coasts! In his her darkest hour, When perlist round her lower, Make manifest Thy power. Oh, Lord of Hosts ! Then, in the days of old, One fathers didst uphold, When they, for Right made hold, Unheathed the sword. We for the liberty Which they received from Thee, Now meet the enemy; Help us, oh Lord ! Thou art the God of Might-- God of the Truth and sight: It is in toel in few fight-- Be Toon on aid: Strike with a'gainst the foe; Cause his swift overthrow, That all the earth may know Thou art our aid !
Hope Grant (search for this): article 1
[from the Southern Field and Fireside.]God bless our land!Anthem of the Confederate States.by E. Young, Lexington, Ga. Oh God! our only King-- To there our has to we bring Now hear as whilst we sing God bless our land! Grant her prosperity. Grown her with Liberty-- From mountain to the sea. God bless our land! With all Thy bounty fields Crown Then her harvest fields; And when the sword she wields, Strengthen her hand. O'er every enemy Give her the victory; Than mad'st her land ! May Justice, Truth and Love So all her counsel move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Grant that her children may Always Thy will obey; God bless our land ! Dally may songs of praise, From grateful heart noraise, Blessing Thy name always God bless our land ! Thou, in whose sight we stand, Bless now our native land, And from ea
[from the Southern Field and Fireside.]God bless our land!Anthem of the Confederate States.by E. Young, Lexington, Ga. Oh God! our only King-- To there our has to we bring Now hear as whilst we sing God bless our land! Grant her prosperity. Grown her with Liberty-- From mountain to the sea. God bless our land! With all Thy bounty fields Crown Then her harvest fields; And when the sword she wields, Strengthen her hand. O'er every enemy Give her the victory; Than mad'st her keep her — free; God bless our land ! In Arts and Letters still May she lure and until Time shalt his course fulfill; God bless our land ! For offer fill with wealth; Her children bless with health; God bless our Commonwealth-- God bless our land ! May Justice, Truth and Love So all her counsel move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Gr
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
[from the Southern Field and Fireside.]God bless our land!Anthem of the Confederate States.by E. Young, Lexington, Ga. Oh God! our only King-- To there our has to we bring Now hear as whilst we sing God bless our land! Grant her prosperity. Grown her with Liberty-- From mountain to the sea. God bless our land! With all Thy bounty fields Crown Then her harvest fields; And when the sword she wields, Strengthen her hand. O'er every enemy Give her the victory; Than mad'st her keep her — free; God bless our land ! In Arts and Letters still May she lure and until Time shalt his course fulfill; God bless our land ! For offer fill with wealth; Her children bless with health; God bless our Commonwealth-- God bless our land ! May Justice, Truth and Love So all her counsel move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Gr
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[from the Southern Field and Fireside.]God bless our land!Anthem of the Confederate States.by E. Young, Lexington, Ga. Oh God! our only King-- To there our has to we bring Now hear as whilst we sing God bless our land! Grant her prosperity. Grown her with Liberty-- From mountain to the sea. God bless our land! With all Thy bounty fields Crown Then her harvest fields; And when the sword she wields, Strengthen her hand. O'er every enemy Give her the victory; Than mad'st her keep her — free; God bless our land ! In Arts and Letters still May she lure and until Time shalt his course fulfill; God bless our land ! For offer fill with wealth; Her children bless with health; God bless our Commonwealth-- God bless our land ! May Justice, Truth and Love So all her counsel move, That in as good she prove First of all lands; Pattern of excellence. Bulwork of innocence-- Freedom's se re defence, God bless our land ! Chiefly, oh ! God, we pray Gr
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Runaway in jail. --Was committed to the jail of the country of Westmoreland, on the 29th of May last, a Negro Man, calling himself James Toliver. The said Negro is of a tawny complexion, and is about 5 feet 6 inches high, and about 26 years old; no scars of note about his person. The said Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geo. W. Goldsby, Acting Jailor je 26--2awew* Westmore and county. Va.
Westmoreland (search for this): article 1
Runaway in jail. --Was committed to the jail of the country of Westmoreland, on the 29th of May last, a Negro Man, calling himself James Toliver. The said Negro is of a tawny complexion, and is about 5 feet 6 inches high, and about 26 years old; no scars of note about his person. The said Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geo. W. Goldsby, Acting Jailor je 26--2awew* Westmore and county. Va.
Runaway in jail. --Was committed to the jail of the country of Westmoreland, on the 29th of May last, a Negro Man, calling himself James Toliver. The said Negro is of a tawny complexion, and is about 5 feet 6 inches high, and about 26 years old; no scars of note about his person. The said Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geo. W. Goldsby, Acting Jailor je 26--2awew* Westmore and county. Va.
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es high, and about 26 years old; no scars of note about his person. The said Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geoid Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geo. W. Goldsby, Acting Jailor je 26--2awew* Westmore and county. Va.
James Toliver (search for this): article 1
Runaway in jail. --Was committed to the jail of the country of Westmoreland, on the 29th of May last, a Negro Man, calling himself James Toliver. The said Negro is of a tawny complexion, and is about 5 feet 6 inches high, and about 26 years old; no scars of note about his person. The said Negro had on when committed a red flannel shirt dark grey coat, and black pants. He was sold from this county in October, 1860 by Mr. John E. Wilson, to (he says) Mr. Andrew Jones, of Wilmington, N. C. from which place he ran away; but that Mr. Jones lives now in Richmond. The owner of said Negro will come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, else he will be dealth with as the law directs Geo. W. Goldsby, Acting Jailor je 26--2awew* Westmore and county. Va.
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