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" The rebels — more's the pity, Without a boat are all afloat, And ranged before the city. • " The motley crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir, Pack'd up in bags, or wooden kegs, Come driving down the tide, sir. " Therefore prepare... "
Submarine Navigation Past and Present - Page 215
by Alan Hughes Burgoyne - 1903
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American History Told by Contemporaries ..., Volume 1

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1898
...espy'd, Sir Erskine at command, sir, Upon one foot, he had one boot, And th' other in his hand, sir. " Arise, arise, sir Erskine cries, The rebels — more's the pity, Without a boat are all afloat, And rang'd before the city. "The motly crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir. Pack'd up...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

John Gould Curtis - United States - 1901
...espy'd, Sir Erskine at command, sir, Upon one foot, he had one boot, And th' other in his hand, sir. " Arise, arise, sir Erskine cries, The rebels — more's the pity, Without a boat are all afloat, And rang'd before the city. " The motly crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir. Pack'd up...
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Historical Collections of Georgia

George White, Alpha Christian Dutton - Reference - 1855 - 746 pages
...espied Sir Erskino, t at command, sir ; Upon one foot ha had one boot, And t' other in his hand, sir. " Arise ! arise !'' Sir Erskine cries ; "The rebels...are all afloat, And ranged before the city. " The motley crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir, Pack'd up in bags, or wooden kegs, Come...
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Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Volume 35

Genealogy - 1909
...then espied Sir Erskine, at command, sir, Upon one foot he had one boot And t'other in his hand, sir. "Arise, arise!" Sir Erskine cries; "The rebels —...boat are all afloat And ranged before the city. "The motley crew in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir, Packed up in bags, or wooden kegs, Come...
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American History Told by Contemporaries: Building of the Republic ..., Volume 2

Albert Bushnell Hart - History - 2002 - 653 pages
...espy'd, Sir Erskine at command, sir, Upon one foot, he had one boot, And th' other in his hand, sir. " Arise, arise, sir Erskine cries, The rebels — more's the pity, Without a boat are all afloat, And rang'd before the city. " The motly crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir. Pack'd up...
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New Jersey, a Guide to Its Present and Past

Automobile travel - 2007
...a flea, Lay all this time a snoring; Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm In bed with Mrs. L . * * * Arise, arise! Sir Erskine cries; The rebels — more's the pity — Without a boat are all afloat, And rang'd before the city. * * * Angered no less by Hopkinson's verses than by the plot to blow up the...
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the story of the american revolution

lambert lilly - 1852
...espied Sir Erskine at command, sir ; Upon one foot he had one boot, And the other in his hand, sir. " Arise, arise !" Sir Erskine cries; " The rebels —...boat, are all afloat, And ranged before the city. "The motley crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir, Pack'd up in bags, or wooden kegs, Come...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

J. A. SPENCER, D.D., - 1858
...Sir Erskine at command, sir, Upon one foot he had one boot, And t'other in his hand, sir. " Arise 1 arise ! Sir" Erskine cries, The rebels — more's the pity—- Without a boat, are all afloat, And rang'd before the city. " The motley crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide, sir, Packed...
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Songs for the People: Comprising National, Patriotic, Sentimental, Comic ...

Albert G. Emerick - National songs - 1852 - 304 pages
...espied Sir Erskine* at command, sirs , Upon one foot he had one boot, And t'other in his hands, sirs. " Arise ! arise ! " Sir Erskine cries ; " The rebels — more's the pity — Without a boat, are all on float, And ranged before the city. Г. " The motley crew, in vessels new, With Satan for their guide,...
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Crown Jewels or Gems of Literature Art and Music

1888
...then espied Sir Erskme at command, sir; Upon one foot he had one boot, And th' other in his hand, sir. "Arise, arise," Sir Erskine cries, " The rebels — more's the pity — Without a boat are ati afloat, And ranged before the city. "The motley crew, in-vessels new, Witii Satan for their guide,...
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