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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 - American poetry - 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 - American poetry - 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 Days

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 Grayjackets: and how They Lived, Fought and Died, for Dixie: With ...

Confederate States of America - 1867 - 574 pages
...crackling brushwood There arc feet that trend this way. Who cometh ? "A friend." What tidings J Oh I God, I sicken to tell, For the earth seems earth no longer, And its sights are sights of hell I There's rapine, and (Ire, and slaughter, From the mountain down to the shore ; There's blood on the...
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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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