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" AWAKE and to horse, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering gray, And hark ! in the crackling brushwood There are feet that tread this way. "Who cometh?" "A friend." " What tidings ?" " O God ! I sicken to tell ; For the earth seems earth no longer,... "
Rebel Rhymes and Rhapsodies, collected and edited by F. M. - Page 169
edited by - 1864
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Rebel Rhymes and Rhapsodies

Frank Moore (ed) - 1864
...from your land. THE GUERILLAS. "^ For the dawn is glimmering gray, A WAKE and to horse, my brothers! And hark! in the crackling brushwood There are feet that tread this way. SENEX. " Who cometh ? " "A friend." " What tidings ? " " O God ! I sicken to tell; For the earth seems...
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Anecdotes, Poetry, and Incidents of the War: North and South : 1860-1865

Frank Moore - United States - 1866 - 560 pages
...— without a look or word! O, шy heart is breaking ! " THE GUERRILLAS. ВY S. TEAKLE WALLIg. AWAKE and to horse, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering...hell ! " From the far-off conquered cities Comes a voiee of stifled wail, And the shrieks and moans of the houseless Ring out like a dirge on the gale....
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Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War

Richard Grant White - United States - 1866 - 334 pages
...pebble with His will, — There are giants yet to kill, — Wrongs unshriven ! THE GUERILLAS.* AWAKE and to horse, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering...longer, And its sights are sights of hell ! " From the far-ofl' conquered cities Comes a voice of stifled wail, And the shrieks and moans of the houseless...
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Poetry, lyrical, narrative and satirical, of the Civil War

Richard Grant White - United States - 1866 - 334 pages
...will, — . There are giants yet to kill, — Wronjrs unshriven ! THE GUERILLAS* AWAKE and to hoi'se, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering gray ; And...are sights of hell ! " From the far-off conquered eities Comes a voice of stifled wail, And the shrieks and moans of the houseless Ring out, like a dirge...
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South Songs: From the Lays of Later Day

Thomas Cooper De Leon - American literature - 1866 - 153 pages
...martyred son, No prouder memory her breast shall sway Than thine, our early lost, lamented Latauu! AWAKE and to horse ! my brothers, For the dawn is glimmering...brushwood There are feet that tread this way! "Who comcth?" "A friend!" "What tidings?" " O God ! I sicken to tell; For the earth seems earth no longer,...
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War Poetry of the South

William Gilmore Simms - American literature - 1867 - 482 pages
...battle to the strong. THE GUERRILLAS: A SOUTHERN WAR-SONG. BY 8. TEACKLE WALLIS, OF MARYLAND. " AWAKE ! and to horse, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering...earth no longer, And its sights are sights of hell ! " There's rapine and fire and slaughter, From the mountain down to the shore ; There's blood on the...
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Anecdotes, Poetry, and Incidents of the War: North and South. 1860-1865

Frank Moore - United States - 1867 - 560 pages
...— without a look or word! O, my heart is breaking ! " THE GUERRILLAS. BY S. TEAKLE WALLIS. AWAKE and to horse, my brothers ! For the dawn is glimmering...For the earth seems earth no longer, And its sights arc sights of hell ! " From the far-off conquered cities Comes a voice of stifled wail, And the shrieks...
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War Poetry of the South

William Gilmore Simms - American literature - 1867 - 482 pages
...battle to the strong. THE GUERRILLAS: A SOUTHERN WAR-SONG. BY 8. TEACKLF. WAI.L18, OF MARYLAND. "AWAKK! and to horse, my brothers! For the dawn is glimmering...There are feet that tread this way. Who cometh 't " " A friend." What tidings ? " "O God! I sicken to Ml, For the earth seems oartii no longer,...
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The Southern Amaranth

Sallie A. Brock - United States - 1869 - 648 pages
...H-KI I, v, >. I ,i IH, RALTIMORE. AWAKE ! and to horse my brothers, For the dawn is glimmering grey, And hark ! in the crackling brushwood, There are feet...this way. "Who cometh?" "A friend." " What tidings ?" " Oh God ! I sicken to tell, For the earth seems earth no longer, And its sights are the sights...
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The Southern Amaranth: A Carefully Selected Collection of Poems Growing Out ...

Sallie A. Brock - United States - 1869 - 651 pages
...crackling brushwood, There are feet that tread this way. "Who cometh?" "A friend." " What tidings ?" " Oh God ! I sicken to tell, For the earth seems earth no longer, And its sights are the sights of hell. There's rapine and fire and slaughter, From the mountain down to the shore, There's...
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