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" As with a triumph song. They came, as brave men ever come, To stand, to fight, to die ; No thought of fear was in the heart, No quailing in the eye; If the lip faltered, 't was with prayer, Amid those gathering bands, For the sure rifle kept its poise... "
Sketches of historic Bennington - Page 55
by John Van Der Spiegel Merrill, Caroline R. Merrill - 1898 - 99 pages
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The Virginia Lyceum, Volume 1, Issue 1

1839
...back That summons wild and strong, And the far greenwood-depths were stirr,d, As with a Iriumph-song. They came, as brave men ever come, To stand to...heart, No quailing in the eye : If the lip faltered, ,twas with prayer, Amid those gathering bands, For the sure rifle kept its poise, In strong, untrembling...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 6

United States - 1895
...echoed back That summons wild and strong, And the far greenwood depths were stirred As with a trinmph song. They came, as brave men ever come, To stand,...heart, No quailing in the eye. If the lip faltered, 'twas with prayer, Amid those gathering bands ; For the sure rifle kept its poise In strong, untrembling...
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Ballads and Poems Relating to the Burgoyne Campaign

William Leete Stone - Burgoyne's Invasion, 1777 - 1893 - 371 pages
...Oriskany. BALLADS ON THE BATTLE OF BENNINGTON, ODE ON THE BATTLE OF BENNINGTON. BY REV. EH CHAPIN, DD* THEY came, as brave men ever come, To stand, to fight, to die ; * Rev. Edwin Hubbell Chapin, a distinguished Universalist clergyman of New York, and the pastor of...
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Anniversary addresses

Samuel Colcord Bartlett - Religion - 1894 - 517 pages
...rules all things." The men that achieved our deliverance here feared God, and they feared nothing else. "They came as brave men ever come, To stand, to fight, to die ; No thought of fear was in their heart, No quailing in the eye ; If the lip faltered, 't was with prayer, Amid those gathering...
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