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" GIVE my soldier-boy a blade, In fair Damascus fashioned well Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or hireling trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-... "
Rebel rhymes and rhapsodies, collected and ed. by F. Moore - Page 111
edited by - 1864
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 11

1842
...Damascus fashioned well ; Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know, That for no mean or...trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my toldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood, In which its tempering work was done,...
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The New Parley library

1844
...Damascus fashioned veil; Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath iu fur}' fell, 1 know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or hireling...trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood In which its tempering work wae done, As...
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The Irish quarterly review

History - 1852
...Damascus fashioned well ; Who first the glittering falchion swayed. Who first beneath Its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or...trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm and clear, the lucid flood In which its tempering work was done, As...
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Beautiful poetry, selected by the ed. of The Critic

Beautiful poetry - History - 1853
...Damascus fashion'd well : Who first the glittering falchion sway'd, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not ; but I hope to know That for no mean or hireling trade, To gnard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood,...
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Gems of thought and flowers of fancy, ed. by R.W. Procter

Gems - History - 1855
...Damascus fashion'd well ; Who first the glittering falchion sway'd, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know, That for no mean or hireling trade, To guard no feeling base or low, / give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood, In which its tempering work...
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The ballads of Ireland, collected and ed. by E. Hayes

Edward Hayes (collector of ballads) - Law - 1856
...Damascus fashioned well ; Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or...trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood In which its tempering work was done, As...
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The Ballads of Ireland, Volume 2

William Kenealy - Ballads, Irish - 1856
...Damascus fashioned well ; Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or...trade, To guard no feeling base or low, I give my soldier-boy a blade. Cool, calm, and clear, the lucid flood In which its tempering work was done, *...
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The Patriotic Speaker: Consisting of Specimens of Modern Eloquence, Together ...

Robert Raikes Raymond - Recitations - 1864 - 524 pages
...Damascus fashioned well ; Who first the glittering falchion swayed, Who first beneath its fury fell, I know not, but I hope to know That for no mean or...its tempering work was done, As calm, as clear, as cool of mood, Be thou whene'er it sees the sun ; For country's claim, at honor's call, For outraged...
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Rebel Rhymes and Rhapsodies

1864
...Invincible," now and for aye. Mobile Regitter. THE SOLDIER BOY. BY HMI. T GIVE my soldier boy a blade, I know not: but I hope to know That for no mean or...clear, the lucid flood, In which its tempering work ^as done ; As calm, as clear, as clear of mood Be thou whene'er it sees the sun ; For country's claim,...
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