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" The foe comes on with haughty stride ; Our troops advance with martial noise ; Their veterans flee before our youth, And generals yield to beardless boys. "
A History of Connecticut: Its People and Institutions - Page 528
by George Larkin Clark - 1914 - 609 pages
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Orpheus: Or, Musical Anthology: a Collection of Elegant Papers, Original and ...

Boston professor - Music - 1850 - 330 pages
...many of the words as well as the tunes he published. The following words set to Chester were his own : Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains ; We'll fear them not, we trust in God — New England's God forever reigns. He was a zealous patriot also, and much attached...
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Church Music in America: Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at ...

Nathaniel Duren Gould - Church music - 1853 - 240 pages
...Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains ; We '11 fear them not, we '11 trust in God ; New England's God forever reigns. " The foe comes on with haughty strid'c, Our troops advance with martial noise; Thcir veterans flee before our arms, And generals yield...
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Church Music in America: Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at ...

Nathaniel Duren Gould - Church music - 1853 - 240 pages
...following words attached, was a powerful instrument, for the time, in exciting the spirit of liberty. " Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains ; We '11 fear them not, we '11 trust in God ; New England's God forever reigns. • " The foe comes...
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Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution

Frank Moore - National songs - 1856 - 394 pages
...their lines were forc'd ; Their ships were shatter'd in our sight, Or swiftly driven from our coast. The foe comes on with haughty stride ; Our troops...with martial noise ; Their veterans flee before our youth, And generals yield to beardless boys. What grateful offering shall we bring ? What shall we...
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The chaplains and clergy of the Revolution

Joel Tyler Headley - Chaplains, Military - 1864 - 402 pages
...spiritstirring odes with which his congregation were wont at times to make the hills of Sharon ring. "Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains, We fear them not, we trust in God, New England's God forever reigns," would peal through the old meeting...
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A Monogram on Our National Song

Elias Nason - National songs - 1869 - 69 pages
...fife and drum in the revolutionary army. The words to Chester which were written by himself, are : Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains; the eve of that battle which gave him death and glory, he repeated in a low wailing tone, that celebrated,...
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Calendar of American History, 1884 ...

Delia Wood Lyman - Chronology - 1883 - 732 pages
...Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains, We '11 fear them not, we '11 trust in God, New England's God forever reigns. '...before our arms, And generals yield to beardless boys." • SATURDAY September 27 Samuel Adams, 1722-1802. — " The men who pointed out the pathway to freedom...
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Music in America

Fr้d้ric Louis Ritter - Music - 1883 - 423 pages
...psalm-tunes to them. The following words were sung to his wellknown tune "Chester." (Example III.) " Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And Slavery clank...galling chains: We'll fear them not, we'll trust in God: New-England's God forever reigns. The foe comes on with haughty stride, Our troops advance with martiaffloise;...
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Patriotic Eloquence: Being Selections from One Hundred Years of National ...

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - Readers - 1866 - 334 pages
...country, I would lay down my arms never. NEVEE, NEVER. Ex. LXV.— A HYMN. Written 1778. WILLIAM BILLINO3. LET tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains ; We fear them not ; we trust in God — New England's God forever reigns. The foe comes on with haughty...
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The standard oratorios: their stories, their music, and their composers; a ...

George Putnam Upton - Oratorio - 1886 - 335 pages
...played an important part in rousing the martial spirit of the colonists. It runs as follows : — " Let tyrants shake their iron rod, And slavery clank her galling chains ; We '11 fear them not, we '1! trust in God ; New England's God forever reigns. " The foe comes on...
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