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EnWctd •ccotdin; to Act or Confrcu. IB Hu /Mr ISM, bf OLIVEB OITSON * CO., in (h« aerk'a om» or<li< Diiliict Court of Ibo Uittricl of Muricliiincllj. 



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CODNTTElSrTS. 



AMERICAN MARSEILLAISE 45 

BANNER OF THE SEA ; • 40 

BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC '24 

BONNIE RED, WHITE AND BLUE 16 

COLUMBIA, THE GEM OF THE OCEAN 61 

DEAR MOTHER, THE BATTLE IS OVER 01 

DO THEY PRAY FOR ME AT HOME ? 32 

FAR AWAY THE CAMP FIRES BURN 52 

FROM THE RED BATTLE FIELD 43 

GARIBALDI HYMN 41 

GLORY AND HONOR. AND DEATHLESS FAME 3 

GLORY, HALLELUJAH 24 

HAIL COLUMBIA 51 

HE'S GONE TO THE ARMS OF ABRAHAM 10 

HOW DO YOU LIKE IT. JEFFERSON D ? 2.5 

HURRAH FOR OLD NEW ENGLAND 35 

JOYFULLY, JOYFULLY 7 

KEEP THIS BIBLE NEAR YOUR HEART 22 

MARYLAND. MY MARYLAND 21 

MOTHER, IS THE BATTLE OVER? 38 

MOTHER, WHEN THE WAR IS OVER 18 

MOUNT, BOYS, MOUNT. (Cavalky Song.) 26 

MY COUNTRY, 'TIS OF THEE 63 



NEGRO BOATMAN'S SONG 86 

NOT A STAR FROM OUR FLAG 50 

ON TO SAVANNAH 33 

OUR BANNER SHALL WAVE FOREVER 19 

OUR BEAUTIFUL FLAG 16 

PICKET GUARD 12 

RAID. (Tub) 8 

RALLYING SONG ... 41 

RALLY ROUND THE FLAG 38 

RED, WHITE AND BLUE 51 

SOFTLY NOW, TENDERLY, LIFT HIM WITH CARE 31 

SOLDIER'S CHORUS. (Faust.) 3 

STAR SPANGLED BANNER 63 

STRIPES AND STARS 28 

TO CANAAN 30 

THE FLOOD, THE FIRE. THE FLAG 55 

TRUMPET OF FREEDOM 48 

UNION AND LIBERTY FOREVER 14 

VICTORIA. (Chorus.) 88 

VIVA L' AMERICA 63 

VOLUNTEER'S WIFE 47 

WE'LL FIGHT FOR UNCLE ABE 11 

WHEN THIS CRUEL WAR IS OVER 63 



Entered, McorcUng to Act of Oongren.i, i 



1 the year 18C4, by OLIVER DITSON & CO., In the Clerk's Office of the Diitrict Court for the District of Massacbuseltn. 
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Then the lon^ sea - sons of plen - ty and peace, 



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Sound ! can - non tbun - der, when hos - tile lines 
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Mount, my brave boys ! a - way, a - way, a - way ! Let the watch-fires de - cay. 



We must rush ou o'er ma - ny, many leagues, ere She 






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vhirlwinl we dash and our bright sabres flash. And our bugles rin» clear 'mid the fray. Fling it out ! fling it out! Wave it in the breeze ! Our 



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Now in yon lone - ly val - ley, our foe -man secure Spread the feast, spread the feast.Deem their quiet, their quiet shall long en - dure. They 









know not, they know not our riders ar« near, And, on • bid-den, and un ■ bid-den, haita to share their good cheer, and, un - bi(f - den, will share the good cheer. 
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10 



HE'S GOI^E TO THE mMB 



I — fc- T — N N \ S-T T N — TT — I T-9—9 



Sep. WINNEK. 



jyly true love is 
He's gone to be 



soldier In the ar-my now to - day, It was the cru-el war that made 
soldier, With a knapsack on his back, A fightin' for the U - niou. And 



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want to go. 
of bis ovn. 



ir;]ft" ii was that tonk him. And it was a •heavy blow." It tO"k him for a Conscript, But 
bow he look 'd like Christian, In the Pilgilm's Progress shown. With a bun-die on his shoulders, But 

CHORUS. 



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ny lamb, They took him, yes, they took him, to the Arms of A - bra - ham. 

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He's gone — lie's gone — As meek as 

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a - ny lamb, They took hira, yes, they took him, to 



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Oh, should he meet a rebi^l, 

A pointin' witb his gun, 
I hope he may have counige 

To "take care of number 
If I were liim, I'd offi;r 

The fuUovv but a dram ; 
For what's the use of dying; 

Just lor Jeff or Abraham : 
Chorus. — He's gone, 



ice. 



Indeed, to be a soldier. 

It is so very hard. 
For wt en a fellow has his fun 

They poke him on the guard : 
One day he shot a rooster, 

The captain thought it wrong; 
And so to punish him they made 

Him picket all ni'iht lonj. 

Chorus. — He's gone, &.C. 



5. 

I haven't got a lover now, 

I haven't got a beau ; 
They took him as a raw recruit* 

But mustered him, I know : 
He's nothing but a private. 

And not for war inclined. 
Although a hard old nut to crack 

A colonel you might find. 

Chorus. — He's gone, &o. 






My true love is a soldier. 

Upon the battle-ground, 
And if he ever should be lost, 

I hope he may be found ; 
If he should fall a fightin' 

Upon the battle plain, 
I hope some other chap may come 

And pick him up a<;ain. 

Chorus. — He's gone, ico. 



Word* by C. E. rnATT. 



WE'LL FiGHT f?OH UJ^CLE ABE. 



Arrangxl Irr F. BUCKLSr. 



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1. Way down in old Var 
The 3an • kee boys arc 

2. There was General Grant at 

And next he will take 



■gin-ni, I sup - pose you all do know, They have trieil 

startiuj; out de Uq - ion for to sabe, And wn'ro go 

Violcsbarg, Just see what he has done. He ha;; ta • 

Richmond, I'll bet you half a dollar, And if 



ti) bust the Uu-inn, Hut they find it is no go, 

iii^ down to Washington, To fi:;ht fur Un-cle Abo. 

k'Mi six - ty can - non. And made the Ri'b-fls rua, 

he catches Gen'ral Lee, Uh wont he make him holler. 



10 sea - son now is comins. When the roads be -ein to dry. Soon the ir - mv of the F i • to - mac Will make tbu R.-hcis flv T 



3. The sea - son now is 
For General Grant he 

4. You may talk of Southern 

They s.\)' that re - co"; 



comms. When the roads be -gin to dry, Soon the 

is the man The Un - ion for to sabe, ! 

chiv-al - ry. And cot - ton be - ing king. But I 

- ni - tion Will the reb - el country sabe, Hut 



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my of the F i • to - mac Will make the Ri-beis fly. 7 

Ci - luinhia's right >id'i up. .\nd sos your Un-cle Abe. J 

bi! - fore the w.ir i.s d'TOt-. Y'lu'll think a - nnth-er thing, ) 

nny Hull and Mister France. .\rc 'fraid of Un • cle Abe. J 



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Rip, Rap, Flip, Flap, Strap your knapsacks on your back, For we're a gwine to Wa-h - 



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on. T. firht f.r Uu - cle Abe. 



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Rip, Rap, Flip, Flap, Strap your knapsacks on your back. For we're a gwine to Wash - iig - ton. To fight for Un - cle Abe. 

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12 



THE P3GKET GUAKO. 



W. U. GOODAVIN. 



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1. "All qui - et a - long the Po - to-mac," they siiy. "Ex - cept now and then a stray pick- et 

2. All qui-et a - long the Po - to - mac, to - night, Where the soldiers lie peace - ful - ly dreaming, 

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4. The moon seems to shine just as bright - ly as then, That night when the love yet un - spok - en 

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two in the low trundle bed. Far a - way in the cot on the mountain, His musket falls slack, and his face dark and 
lips when low-murmured vows. Were pledged to be ev - er un - broken ; Then drawing his sleeves roughly o - ver his 



[ goes thro' the broad belt of light. Toward the shade of the for - est so dreary. Hark ! was it the night-wind that rustled the 



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then, Will not count in the news of the bat -tie, Not an of- fi - cer lost, 
wind. Thro' the for • est leaves soft - ly is creeping, While stars up a - bove. 



on - ly one of the men, Sloaninj out all a - 
fith their glit - ter-ing eyes. Keep guard for the 



Grows gen - tie with mem -o - ries ten - der, As he mutters a prayt 
He dash - es off tears that are welling, And gathers his gun 



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leaves, Was it moonlight so wondrously flashing? It look 'd like a ri - fle, "Ha! 



for tha cliil - dreii a -sleep, For their moth-er, may 
clos - er up to its place. As if to keep 

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lone the death rat - tie. While sofi falU th e dew on the face of the dead. The Picket's off du - ty for - ev • cr. 
ar - my is sleeping. 



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2. From Lake to tlie 

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4. Come foes of pp 

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Three cheers for the Union! Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! Three cheers for the Banner ! Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! 

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SOLO on TRIO. 



OUR BEi\UTl¥Uh Fh^Q. 

Or, "THE BONNIE RED, WHITE AND BLUE." 




We're all a band of brothers, 

We mourn this civil strife. 
Still will we smite the rebel hand 

That seeks our nation's life : 
0, men of sunny Georgia! 

Brave hearts of Tennessse ! 
Ye Texas Hovers ! raise agaia 

The banner of the free! 

CUOKUS. 



We never wished to harm you, 

We'll welcome you again, 
When you tear down the rebel flag, 

As brothers and as men ; 
Whon Sumter's walls were battered, 

What could we, freemen, do. 
But rally round our beautiful flag, 

Of Red and White and Blue.> 
Chorus. 



5 
But down with South Carolina, 

That haughty, treacherous state ! 
Humble her tyrants in the dust, 

(Forever ignobly great.) 
And up with the Southern poor man! 

Strike off the captive's chain 1 
And rally round the starry flag. 

To sing in loud refrain. 
Chorus. 



OOP* BEi^UTlFUl FLAG. Concluded 



17 



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MOTHER, miEU THE WAR iS OVER, Concluded. 



19 



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OUR eAi)3iER SMhh WAVE FOREVER, 



SOLO or DUET. 



T. H. HOWE. 



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1. Up with the flag of the stripes and tlie stars; 

2. Down with the foe to the land and the laws ; 

3. Flag of the free ! un - der thee we will fight, 

4. Land of the free, that our fa - thers of old 
Inst. • • • • • • 

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Gather 
Marchln;j 
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to-gcth-er in strength let us come, 

to - geth - er our couu - try to save, 

to shoulder, our face to the foe ; 

to - geth - cr, ce • ment - ed iu blood, 




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Hark to the sig - nal ! the mu - sic of wars, 

God shall be with us to ftrengthen our cause, 

Death to all trai - tors, and God for the right, 

Give us thy blesa - ing as brave and as bold, 



Sounding for ty - rants and trai - tors their doom. 

Nerv - ing the heart and the hand of ■ the brave. 

Loud raise the song as to bat -' tie we go. 

Stand - ing like one, as u - nit - ed they stood. 



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21 



i lib - e - rat-ing ar - my came, Jla-ry-lanc 
• maich'd along in bold ar - ray, Ma-ry-land 

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5. I hy sons are s-tanding firm, e - rect, Ma-ry-land, 
0. W'c hear the marching Union song, Jla- ry-land, 






my Ma - ry-land I To trai - tors they'll not bow the neck, ^la 
my Ma - ry-land ! We see them coming, thousamis strong. Ma ■ 






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for thy children and thy sires. Light on each hill the Un - ion fires. Strike till each dastard fie expires. Ma • 

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hear the bu - gle and the drum. We're chasing off the reb -el scum, Thank God, the Un-inn for - ces come. Ma 



ry - land, my Ma - ry - land ! 
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KEEP wm B3BLE mm vook heart. 



1. "Go forth, my darling, to the con 

2. " Go ! for your country's voice is call 

3. Foremost among the ranks in bat 

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All stout of heart and strong of hand 

Stood forth the patriot mother's jny. 

Slow - ly he sank up - on the sod, 

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' Ne'er let me hear you turn'd a - 

How could you no - bier die, than 

Clear o'er the din of musket's 

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threaten our lov'd country to de - 

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cheering words of that brave soldier 

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And if this is our, last part - ing, 

P]yes lit up with strangest beau - ty, 
Take from out my vest my Bi - ble, 

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Ilim who watcheth e'en the spar-row when it fall - eth. All is well, " lie do - eth all things well." 

ly he stood a - mid the bar - vest death was reaping, With a heart that knew no trembling fear, 

lov - ing look, one gen - tie quir - er, And his spir - it took its flight. Home to the heavenly land. 



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KEEP nm 83BLE UEm YOOR JiEAHT, Concluded. 



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the com - ing of the Lord: He is trampling out tbe vin - tage where the 
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4. He has sound - ed forth the 
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evenin" dews and damps ; I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flar - ing lamps : 




you my grace shall deal ; 
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Let the Ho - ro born of woman crush the 
Oh, be snift, my snul. to an -s«er Himl be 
As he died tn make men ho - ly. let us 




ser - pent with his heel, 
ju - bl - lant, my feet I 
die to make men free. 



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jlo-ry ! Glo-ry, Halle - lu-jihl Gln-ry I Glo-ry ! Glo-rv Hallo - lu - jah! Glo-ry! Gln-ry Hal-1« - lu-jah! His truth is marching on. 









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HOW DO YOU hlKE iT. 



JEF'FEKSOI^ 



AMOS PATTOS 



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Oli, how do yoiilike it as far as you've got? JefTcrson 
If I were ill your place I'd try foreign air, Jefferson ». . 
3. You can't think how sorry I was when I lieard Jefferson D ! 

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Jefferson D ! And at once for a short (rip to Europe prepare, 

Jefferson D ! That yonr visit to Washington liad been deferred, 




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Jefferson, Jefferson D ! People say (tRo' of conrso 1 don't know that it's so,) That your spirits are getting decidedly low. And yon're 
Jefferson, Jefferson D! But as things are at present,! don't think I'd sail From Charleston, Savannah, New Orleans or JIobile.Bnt in 
Jefferson, Jefferson Dl I hope that you'll find it convenient to come, When Abe and the rest of the boys are at home; But I 



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sick an<l iliscouraged, and I don't know what: But sav, tlio' di) yon like it as far as you've got? 

or-der tlio' absent, to retain my command, I'd just take an ox-team and go round by land. 

trust you uontmind it, they're such a queer lot, If the v ask vouhow von like it as far as you've got V 

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SONG OF THE 2(ha NEW tOUK CAVALRY 



R30Uif, BOYS, mnuuT. 



CHARLES T. HAMMOND 






1 We have left the radiant hills of our own dear na - tive homes, To fight . for the Ua - .on so d ar 

I' Old Jeff he .ot a i>o - tioa that our boys they couldn't fight, But we madeh.s reb-el eyes op w>de. 

3 0^ boys th!ycaleV thousands for to help the cause a - long, . With hearts on Libby pr.son -dBellelse; 

4 Then Hurrah for Father Abr'am ; may he live a thousand years ; And give us fighfng orders r.gbt a - way. 



We have 
We have 
They are 
He shall 



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charge the reb - cl crow, with our Yan - kee Doo - die doo, And we'll drive them in - to King - dora come. 




im STK3PES MB THE STAES. 



GEO. A. :<IETZKE. 



S 









:^S=S 



ban- ner ! The flaw of our prido, Though trampled by trai - tors, and base - ly 

plow-iiian, fpeeilbold • !y a - way, There's seed to he sown in God's fur-rows 

baa - ner ! The flag of the free, O, where treads the foot that would fal - ter 

fa - thers ! this ban - nor must shine, Where bat - tie is hot - test, in war - fare 



de - Ced, Fling 

to - day ; Row 

for thee? Or the 

di - vine; The 



mimmmmmmmmmmimi 



out to the glad winds 

land - ward, lone fish - er ! 

hands to be fold - ed 

can - non has thundered, 



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your 
stout 
'till 
the 



Red, 
wood 
tri - 
bu . 



White and Blue, 
man, come home! 
un.ph is won. 
gle has blown. 



For the heart of the Northland 

Let smith leave his an - vil, and 

And the Ea - gle looks proud as of 
We fear not the summons, we 
I 





strong arm is nerv - ing to strike 
bam - let and ci - ty ring loud 
tears for the part - ing a ninr 
lead us, 'till wide from the gulf 

I" 



^ii± 1^ — ^r_^ — /-t^-i — 

a will, 'Till the foe and his boast - ings arc hum 

For God and our eoun - try we'll fi;;hf 



with 

with the cry, 

mur of prayer 

to the sea, 




Then for - ward, the fame of our stand 
The land shall be sa - cred to free 



and still ! Here's 

'lill we die! Here's 

and to share ' Wi;h 

dom and thee ! With 






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THE STPa]?E3 



THE STABS, Concluded. 



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welcome to wounding, and coin - bat and scars, And the glo - ry of death for the stripes and the stars, 

weleume to wounding. &c. 

welcome to woundini;, &c. 

love for op -pres-sion, with blessing for scars, One country, one banner, the stripes and the stars. 



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CHORUS, ad libitum. 

'J, lut Trnor. 



_|^^^* — T-^ — »-»-T^ — r- 



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1st & 2d. Here's welcome to wounding, and com - bat, and scars. And the glo - ry of death — for the stripes and the stars. 



U Zd Tenor. 

3d. With welcome to wounding, and com - bat, and scars, And the glo-ry of death — for the stripes and the stars. 

l«t Baas. -#- ^, — •- -P-- 






Sil^}; 



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4th. With love for op - pression, with blessing for scars, 

2il Bass. 



One country, one banner, the stripes and the stars. 






30 



TO GAf^AAf^. 



In March Time* 



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'.zi-^-^ziazz 







I. Where are you going, soldiers, With baiiner.giin and sword ! We're raarch'ng South tn Ca - na - an To bat - tie for the Lord ! 

What Captain leads your armies A - long the reb- el coasts? The Mighty One of Is - ra • el. His .name the Lord of Hosts! 

AVhat fla^ is this ynu car - ry A - loni; the sea and shore? The same our grandsirea lift-ed up, The same our fathers bore ! 




shed the crimson rain, What God has wov - en 



in his loom Let 

— ^ 5 



no man rend in twain! 






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CHORUS. 

1. To Ca - na - an, to Ca - na - an, The Lord 

2. To Ca - na - an, to Ca - na - an, The Lord 



has led us forth, 
has led us forth. 



To blow be - fore the heathen walls The trumpets of the North ! 
To plant up - on the reh -el tow'rs The banners of the North ! 



3. To Ca - na - an, to Ca-na-an, The Lord has led us forth. To strike up - nn the captive's chain The hammers of the North ! 



To Ca - na - an, to Ca - na - an. The Lord 
To Ca - na - an, to Ca - na - an, The Lord 






has led us forth, To thunder through its ad - der dens. The anthems of the North ! 
las led us forth. To sweep the reb • el threshing floor, A whirlwind from the North ! 

^^=$^=PE?^i3^EgE^_E3^T£:'HSE2E'EgE5:^ 

:^=z?zz*zEE=zzz=^zt*£z?zzt=:^=?=zzziz=^±ztz=g=5=^=?=E^ 



What troop is this that follows, 

All armed with picks and spades? 
The^e are the swarthy bondsmen,— 

The iron-skin brigades I 
They'll pile up Freedom's breast-worlt, 

They'll scoop out rebel graves ; 
Who then wdl be their owner. 

And march them off for slaves ? 



4 What song is this you're singing ? 

The same that Israel sung 
When Moses led the mighty choir, 

And Miriam's timbrel rung! 
To Canaan! to Canaan! 

The priests and maidens cried ; 
To Canaan! to Canaan! 

The people's voice replied. 



3 When Canaan's hosts are scattered, 

And all her walls lie flat. 
What follows next iu order ? — 

The Lord will see to that! 
We'll break the tyrant's sceptre,— 

We'll build the people's throne,— 
When half the world is Freedom's, 

Then all the worW's our own ! 



"SOFTLY mWJl TEmEPMl hWT MM VV3TH CAHEI" 

Or, the dead SOLDIER. 



31 



PROF. C. S. IlARRINQTOjr. 






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1. Soft-ly now! tea-der-ly! Lift him with care, This is a be - ro whoso pale form ye bear. Kaise that right arm of bis up to bis side • 

2d verse. 



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the hair from his pain moistened brow ; Cold enough, still enough, white cnonch u 
3d & 4tli verjes. 



Look here, that's where the ball struck when he died ! Brush back the hair from his pain moistened brow ; Cold enough, still enough, white cnonwh now. 

3d & 4tli verjes. 



s=& 



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Pill* 



Lay his cap o'er it — gently — that's right, Cov-er his dead eyes a - way from the light. Loosen bis sword-belt, There, take it a - way : 

On-ly this morning. Poor fellow! he stood 



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No blade is sheathed in the scabbard to - day. Here, throw this flag o'er his poor wounded breast, Wrapp'd in its fnMs we wTu lav him to i^stT 
Smiling in front, gallant, no - ble and good, Cheering his comrades, himself at their bead, Now they have kill'd him, we bear him here dead. 



6th verse. 






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-ir=ini 



Some heart is longing and hop • ing for him ; Some eyes must weep 'till their light has grown dim; Some hand shall never more meet touch of his 

6th verse. 






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There, lay him down, in his lone hero grave — Throw the earth tender -ly o - ver the brave. 



Heaven curse the traitors whose work is like this. 






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N«T. 



Ipnve him fleep - inz- 



'Tis all 



we can dn — Ta'-p'r work 



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(hroivjll 



32 




00 THEY PRAY FOR ME AT 



W. 0. FISKE. 



1. Do they pray 

2. Do they pray 

3. Do they pray 



for mc 
for rae 
for me 



home, 
home, 
home, 



V 
Do they 
Whoa the 
When the 






ev - er 
summer 
winds of 



pray for 
birds ap 
win - ter 



me, 
pear; 
blow; 



When I 
Do they 
Do they 



ride 
pray 
pray 

I 



the dark sea 
for me the 
for me with 



m 



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liiz:: 



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foam — When I cross 
while, That my path 

love, As they watch 



the 
may 
the 



storm-y sea. 

be less drear, 
win - ter's snow. 








oft 


At 


the 


al 


In 


the 


sea 



in for - eign lands, 
tar of my youth 
son's chil - ly cold, 



As I 
Do they 
Are their 





- Ad lib. . , 

Cres. <t_ ^- r 1 ■■ 

-t-^ ^^—^: ■::'^—rr.':rZZu. „. Z;ncrht h^nv. Do they ev-er pray for me?_ 



the bended knee, 
the va-cant chair 
for me still warm. 



Comes the thought, at twilight hour, 

Where my heart so oft re - turns 

Am I cher - ished as of old. 



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Do they ev-er pray for me? 

To the loved ones gathered there? 
Throuo-hthe beatings of the storm? 

r 



--. ^ #-- ^ - 



Bit. Ad Mb. 



DO THEY PRAY FOR 

CHORUS. 

Do they pray for me at hoiue. Do they ev-er pray for me, When the mn has gone to rest, D" they cv-er pray for me 7 



AT HQME, Concluded. 

Crea. "^ 




Do they pray for me at home. Do they ev-er pray for me. When the mn has gone to rest, D" they cv-er pra 



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Do they pray for me at home, Do they ev-er pray for mo. When the sun has gone to rest. Do they ev»er pray for me? 
Bass. 

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'^^^^3r:::!t^^z~^—^^z:W^^zz^,f^^ 

pLgz^zzifezp^;^ -^ — b-Ezz^zr^=t:^E::^=gzzczzf_^z=zlig_»--P-^E=^.E_-ii__-^ziczzizczzii=^zzpzz!zi 

1. On to Sa-van - nah I Press on to Mo - bile ! On, o'er the Southern hills ! Ar-my of heroes I iha hope of the world ! Onnard, press onward 






1^— *^* * 



2. Death to the traitors who caused all the strife, Life to the toil-ing slave ! Blows for the coward who shrinks from the fight, Glo-ry for all the 



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3. When all's accomplished, and all danger braved, All, all the land is free! Glory ne'er brighter shone round hero names.Than yours in all time aball 

izz^izizz^zizzlzzzzzzzzinizr' 







still. Ne'er may you rest, till on the crest Of all mountains, the old flag proudly floats on high, Till all who're in bondage and 






^9—0—0—0—9 ^0—2 — g ^_ — j^ZB BZE 

brave! Richmond must fall ; so shall they all, Cities cursed by Se- cession, haunts of treason full, All, all must we conquer, or 

-, ^ i r-T y ^~ ■"- 1 1 1 ■ • tf r—. • 1 1 i^ ' 1 






Z#ZZ5S=tI^ 



be. 



One na-tion, one — wrong o- verthrown, Freedom safe, all the poor with rights intact and sure. Hail, hail to the heroes! all 









chains in the land. Proudly as freemen stand. Hail ! hail to the glorious day ! Hail ! hail to the glo-rious 



— 0-. — ^_^_J._^ — • m — m — #-- L-^ -L ; #-- ■— # ^_i— B • B — ■ #-J~l^ ■— 



all - ver-throw. All in the dust bow low. Hail ! day of redemp - tion, hail ! Hail ! glad day of free-dom, hail ! 



i=S:|E3 =gEg^g^|jsg |EB^g^3;|a^^|pgEggipE] ^^ 



hon - or and fame,Wreath each brave soldier's name ! Hail ! hail to the he - ro throng ! Hail ! brave men, and true, and strong ! 



B^Epz:r?zzzt:pza=iTzz^=r==?=SEi:??54^P^ 

±zlzzb=£— ^z$zzt-*— g— ^= F ::^g -*--^ ^zzl;p— ^z=ztetz— tizi^z=EEH izg— F-t-^— F5 



Melody by W. P. CHAMBEHLAIN. 
Alle^reltQ. 



nunUMl FOK OLO UEVJ EnQh^UBl 






1. This is our own, our na - tive home, Though poor and rou<»h she be. 

2. Shall not the land tho' poor she be That gave a Webster birth, 

3. They tell us of our freezing clime, Our hard and rugged soil, 

4. 0th - ers may seek the western clime, Thoy say 'tis passing fair, 



i^^lii^^llSiii^igiil^ 



Arringcil by NATHAN BAKILEE. 



35 



:=fE: 



The home of many 
With pride step forth 
Which hardly half 

That sun - ny are 



a no - ble soul. The birth-place of the 
to take her place With the mightiest of the 
re - pays us for Our spring-time care and 
its laughing skies, And soft its balmy 



11 J »U • 1_ 1_I 1 .H T» . . .... _ • ^ 



free. We'll loTe her rocks and rivers, 'Till death our quick blood stills. Hurrah for old New Eno-l.n.i t i nrl !,» „i a j ■ ,'■„ 

earth; Thenforhissakewhose,of-.y fame Our farthest bLd'ries .1; We'll .,hout for :irrw l;:l::[r::rht:^dirt:'^t 

tod; Yet ga.-ly sings the merry boy. As the homestead farm he tills. Hurrah for old New EnMand ' And her clond P,n J k' 

^ air. We'll linger round our childhood's home. 'Till age our war. blood chills. 'Tniwediein old New 1:^^ Id X beT^^^^^^^^^^ 

CHORUS. Tenor. 



'm^mi 



|EEi=|EEg£ifegiiiii%E&-S=Jii=i=| 



:f=P=p: 



Alio. 



Hurrah for old New England ! And her cloud-capped granite hills. Hurrah for old New England ! And her cloud-capped granite hilla. 



'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m 



Hurrah for old New England ! And her cloud-capped granite hills, Hurrah for old New England ! And her cloud-capped granite hills. 



W^ 



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Hunc by L. 0. EM£RSO:{. 



36 7nE S^EGKO BOATlAli'S SOUG. 

WorJi hr J. 0. WIIITTIER, Esq. 

il^lijliiiiiliiii-iiiiliilipliiii^l^iiiiiii 

1. oil, praise an' tanks! De Lord he come To set de peo - pie free; An' mas - sa link it day ob doom, An' 



_,- -0- -•- -y . -^- -•- -#- -•- 

2. Ole mas - sa on, he trabbles gone ; He lebe de land be - hind ; De Lord's breff blow him fur - der on. Like 



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ipii^^liiiipiipiii 









we ob jii - bi - lee, De Lord dat heap de Red Sea waves, He jns' as 'trong as den; He say __^ de 



corn shuck in de wind. We own de hoe, we own de plow, We own de hands dat hold ; We sell de 



:r|: *~ -#- ,- ^- .- ^-" ^ -#- 



'-- «— »— T— P^^ '—T—:^ \ 



word : 



we 



las' 



'~ niaht slaves; To - day de Lord's free men 

^===""=iiiliiiliPii 

be sold. 



niw, we sell de cow, But neb - - - ber 



chile 



THE ^ECHO BQATII3A!)3'S Smm, Concluded. 

ClIOISITS. To be sune at the close of each verse. 



37 



-^ — 4— J^-f-* — — g-— «»— F- - — — *~g-"Pn~^^8'~T-j -^~g ^ — ^- -f-g — g — • — * , 1: 

De yam will grow, de cot - tou blow, We'll tab de rico and corn ; Oh, nebber you fear. If nebber you bear Do 

-9- ' ^^ -«- -#- -•- • • «- -sr ^r* -e- -•- -• -0- -9- -•- -^- -0- -0- 



EE3^^H|!E] 






IT O— © 0-+-0 •- ■ 



IIeSe 



De yam will grow, de 



-m ^ --S 



cot - tou blow, We'll hjb de rice and coin; Oh, ncblier ynu fa^^r. If nebber jou hear De 

z'5T---:rrTziSzrSjzz5fzzzS— zvr— : 



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■E^ziEjEziE«?=z^E:^?EE=Ej=z:j-PE^z=z^ 




ver blow his 



:g=z*EEiEE-^B^EEEj-d 
.zj^=z^-ztz=rz?zlz?_zzfz-?ii 

horn : Oh, neb - bar you fear, if neb - ber you hear, Do dii - ver blow 



gEZ^I^EgE Egzgzg ElEgZE 



ipini 



his h"rn. 






I*: 

dri 



:pz=p: 



ver blow his 



:— »z=pzE^zjzz»zizffzzz»^:z4!T=i§izSirzfztr 
:=!^z-.tzzz7l^=-!^zlztzzz:iz:=z?zx-*ztz?z=^E 



horn; Oh, neb - ber you fear, if iiub - ber you hear. Do dri - vir bldw his burn. 



:i?5=z:t5: 



.^^tzzziztc 



•zz#ZIZZ^zzz^-=^zzIt5=z^rzzzzz-z— -zzz^zx-iZTz»z-pzzzpizzr, 



m 



We pray de Lord ; he gib us signs 

Dat some day we bo free ; 
De Norf nind tell i( to de pines, 

De wild duck to de pea ; 
We link it when de church bell ring, 

We dream it in de dream ; 
De rice-bird mean it when he sing, 

De eagle when be scream. 



We know do promise nebber fail, 

An' nebber lie de word ; 
So, like de 'prstles in de jail. 

We waited fcr de Lord ; 
An' now he open cb'ry door, 

An' trow away de key ; 
He link wc lub him so before, 

We«lub him better fi-ee. 



38 



"filOTHEK, 3S THE iATTLE 0VEB?" 



BENEDICT KOKFS. 



if=li?i3iigi 



1. Moth - er, is the bat - tie ov - er, 

2. Moth - er, dear, you're always sigh - ing 



Tliousanda have been killed, they say. 
Since you last the pa - per read. 



Is my Fa - tber com - ing ? tell me, 
Tell me why you uow are cry - ing ? 



P^: 



-^^^: 



±=^ 



:E^=:5^ 



:^.=-J=--: 



ri ■ tar ■ dan ■ do. 



rit. smorz. parlando. 






^^H K+ 



G-*^ -i- -r -i- -3' 

Have our soldiers gained the day ? Have our soldiers i^ained the day ? Is he well, or is he wounded? Mother, do you think he's slain ? 
Why that cap is on your head ? Why that cap is on your head'? Ah! I see you can -not tell ine. Father's one among the slain ; Al - 



-s±^. 



-^. 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 






If you know, I 
though he loved us 



:iZ5, 



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^^^^m-'^wmwMW-^M^^i 



toll me, 
dear - ly, 



Will my fa - ther 
He will nev - er 



come a - gam ; 
come a - gain ! 



a - gain ? 
a - gain ? 



ISiHii^ii 



■^ — = 



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z'M-i 



iti 



SOLO or DtlBri'T, 



HALLY BOU!^D THE FLAG 



WM. B. BRADBURY. 






1. Kally round the flag, boys, Give it to the breeze, That'slbe banner we love. On the land and seas; Brave hearts are under ours.Let the traitors brag, 

2. Tlieir fiao' is but a rag. Ours is the irwcone. Up with the ttarsandstripes! Down with the new one! Brave hearts, &c. 






sarrr:? 



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'RAlii^Y KOUWO THE FLACj." Concluded. 



39 



Gallant lads, fire a-way ! And fight for the flag! Gallant lads, fire a-way ! And fight for the flag ! Ral - ly round the flaw.boys Give it to the breeze 

/ # _ / Jtr 



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^ifel^iiiiiiilSiili;!^!^^ 

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t's the banner ice love, On the land and seas; Let our colors fly, boys, Guard them day and night, For victo - ry is lib - er - ty. And God will bless tliA r\ 






» ^ CH ORUS. 

Ral - ly round the flag, boys, Ral - ly rouml, Ral - ly round, Ral - ly round the flag, boys, Ral - ly round the 



-^- 



Rep«at PP 



j^jj viiunus. Repeat HH 






/ 



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iiJs: 



'i?z±:gz=:&:rz 



Repent/'/-' 



i§ 



Ral - ly round the flag, boys, Ral - ly round, Ral - ly round, Ral - ly round the flag, boys, Ral - ly round the flag' 

Piii-^ili§l§lii^l^L^ri-3E^?ililiiEiiiiEiil 



40 




WE BAI^S^EH m THE SEA. 



that float a - loft (*Vr Nep-tune's gallant tars, 

folds we fear no fre. Our hearts stall never qnail ; 

ry wave, on ov-'ry shore, Co um - bia's flag shall go 

e-mies our own shall be, Up-oa the land or main; 



That wave on high in vie - to - ry, Above the sons of Mars, Give 

With bosoms bare the ^torm we'll dare, And brave the battle gale ; And 

And thro' all time its fame sublime. With brighter hues shall glow : For 

Its starry light shall gild che fight. And guide its i - ron rain; Nor 



:^z:ii~izd:j.: 



«-S:— ' — :•. — : 






T^-^l r^' ^r— - r*^ ^ ^- fi^. == 

II3E qgr ^A 1:;^ # ? !-#•»■ 




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E^=§-^^Ef=f^^ 



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us the flae. Co-lumbi^'s flag. The emblem of the fiee. Whose flashing -tars 

tho' the pan - tion plow our deuks, 'J he planks run red with >;oie, Still ihro'thefray 
Freedom's standard is our flag ; Its guardian-^. Freedotn's sons; And woe betide 

foreign pow'r, nor treason's arts Shall shake our pa - triot love. While with our life, 



JJ^_^_4: ^-C^ ^'-0 

blazed thro' our wars, F<ir truth and lib -tr - 

all shall o-bey That flag for- ev -er - 

th' in - suiter's piirle, When we unloose our 

in peace or strife. We'll keep that flag a- 







060 



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:• B er" It — 11 s:j- -« ||| 



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CHORUS. 



OF THE SEA, Concluded. 



41 



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:iZTii=i=z::^TZii^z:^#i=:=irTZ«=:i;=J^pdrr- 



Then dip it, lads, in ocean's brine, And give it three times three ; And fling it out 'raid song and shout, Tho Banner oi me Sea 



1:1: 






-y—\ — '^—^- 

Then dip it, lads, in ocean's brine, And give it three times three ; And fling it out 'mid song and ^bout, 'Tho Banner of the Sea. 




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Music by W. B. BRADBURY. 




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} Ral - ly them on the green moantain side. 



the men. Fend us the men. Send us brave men 



long. 



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Hal - ly the men, Ral - ly the men, Ral - ly from fields, from the prair - ies wide, Ral - ly true - heart - ed men. 



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Ral - ly, brave men, Ral - ly, brave men. Haste to the bat - tie plain. 



Worda by J. W. BARKER. 
l^t Tenor or Alto. Sra lower. 



FRQm THE BEO BATTI^E F3ELD. 



Music b; N. BARKER. 



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1. Si - lent-ly, ten - dcr-ly, mournfally home, From the red bat - tie field Volunteers corae, Not with a loud hurrah. Nor with a wild eclat, 

, ad Tenor, or 3<l Alto. > > 



2. Si - lent-ly, ten-der-ly, mournfiil-ly home, Not as they march d away, Volunteerscome,Not with the sword and gun, Not with the stirringdrum, 

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4. Si - lent-ly, tear - ful-ly, welcome the brave, Glo - ry en - cir -cles the pa - triot's grave, Here let affection swell. Here let the marble tell, 
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Not with the trump of war. Come our brave sons from far, Gently and noiselessly bear them along. Hush'd be the battle hymn, music and song. 



Come our dead heroes home, Now all his work is done ; Thoughtfully, prayerfully bear ye the dead. Pillow it soft - ly, the Volunteer's head. 



Freedom's sweet mu-.sic fills. And her soft dsw dis - tils ! Peacefully, prayerfully, lay our brave friend. Close by the home that he fought to defend. 
How the brave he - ro fell, Lov - ing his country well, — Silent - ly, ten - der-ly, mournfully home. Welcome the Volunteers, one by one. 






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for - ward for Freedom ! in ter - ri - ble splendor She comes to the 
for - ward lo conquer ! where fiee hearts are beatino;. Death to the 

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4. On to the fields where our brothers have gone — Side by sid 



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THE VCJLUJIJTEER'S WWE 

SONG and CHORUS. 



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2. Two fair - haired children he left with me, Who lisp his name at the o - ven-tide. The ve • ry hniir when np- on his knee. He uscii to 

3. I know he has answered his country's call, That his breast is bared at a high command ; But my heart wi 1 break. I know, if he fall. In ibe battle's 

4. Perhaps when the ma-ple leaves are red, And the gold- en glories of harvest come, I shall wake some moruinf to hear his tread Andgivehima 



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e - vils that were to come : I knew that the blood of a pa - triot sire Coursed thro' hia veins like a stream of fire ; So I 

fon-dle his pet and pride; A - las ! they may nev • er a - gain be bless'd By a fa - ther's care in the old home nest. And he 

front, by a trai - tor's hand ; But I murmur not, though my tear-wet eyes At-fest the worth of the sac - ri - fice ; 'Tis a 

warm heart's wel-come home; To kneel with hira in a fer - vent prayer, Thanking our God for his watchful care, In 

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wife's free gift, two liTes in one. In the name of God and of Washington, In the name of God and of Wash - ing - ton. 

shielding his heart from the reb - el's brand, Who honored the flag of his cherished land, Who honored the flag of his cher - ished land. 







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CHORUS. 



THE VOLUJ^TEEK'S W3FE, Concluded. 



'Tis a wife's free gift, Two lives in one, Tn the name of God Ami of Washington, In the name of God And of Wash - ing - ton. 

And of Washing-ton. 

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'Tis a wife's free gift, Two lives in one, In the name of God And of Washington, In the name of God An 
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And of Washing-ton. 

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ton. 



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1. Down, down, down with it low ! Crush our mer-ci-less foe. Born 'mid the fell demons, in foul, hor - ri - ble darkness ! Now with ter - ri - ble might, 
D. c. Up ! up ! raise it oti higli ■' Let it shine in the sky. Raise, raise otir free ban7ier, all pure noio and stainless ; Washed with mar - tyrs^ blood, 

2. Ended sla-ver -y's reign, All shall lib- er - ty gain. All slaves of op-pression, Both here and the world o-ver, Now, at length, be free, 

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d. sound it aloud ! Sound till heads that are bowed. Doubting and despairing That view not the fair morning ; Sound, sound from all shores. 



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THE TRUR3PET ^F FREEOOl, Concluded. 

Fine. 



49 



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Fain would banish the light, Blot out the sua - shine, the hope of the world. 
Finn fixed o'er thedark flood, Cloud, fire, nor tern - pest our flag can re- move. 



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In the name 



of Ileav'n advanca to 






Now, at length they shall see Beau-ty for ash - es, and jny for their fears. 




Ours the arms to wage the glo - rious 






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Loud-er than o - cean roars. Loud calls the Trum - pet of Free - dom a - far. 

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Praise the Power who call - eth us 



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battle ! Strike ! strike ! sev - er the captive's galling chain ! For all who would the poor oppress, the day of doom is come ! Hail ! 

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conflict; With us we boar the hopes of all man-kiiid, And when we conquer, then will tremble tyrants ev - 'ry-whcre. Hail! 



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battle! Calls, and guides the brave who fight or die; For death is bet-ter than dishnn - or ; death or victory's ours ! Hail! 



50 



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NOT A STAR ^RQM OUR f?LAG, 



0. W. II. GRIFFIN. 



, SOtX> or TRIO. ^_ . ^ kr-^-._ 1^ I^T 1 "* ■ ~1 

1. I., the mem'ry of Washington withered? Are the sons of Co - lumbia grown mad? Oh! where .s 



Oh I where is the blood that once 



1. Is the mem ry oi wasningcon wiineieu i ^^i^ ..i^ ^^^ ... — o- 

^ .*• *" •„. ... ^ . >-_ lU. r-.^") KT.^i nnt nne sin crh star shall he 



2. Are our bright stars and stripes now for-sak - en ?' * *" 'Shall they float nev - er more^'er^ Jhe^ free^ 



2. Are our bright stars and stnpes now lor-sas - en : o..a.. tu^j, ...... ..<>, ^.-^ \_^_ ^ . t-*— #— "# -r 



~^^X nf btod that our to.faibe,. had I Ah. ,h, U to j.d dc« ■ o • ^1. • Jo.^^^^ bpread 



quivered, J-oe umuu i,uav „... w..- „.„_._ ._- . ^ . ^ — -p^ - w 



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flag floating o - ver each state, Then our mu - tu - al love sh^b. plighted. 



Where now reigns the bit - ter - est hate. 



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OT A STAH FUdm OUR ^''LAC 




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Concluded. 



51 



our Washington live In the Imarts of A-meri -cans now? Then a tri-bute to memo - ry give. Bind new wreaths round fair Liberty's brow. 



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our Washington live In the hearts of A-meri • cans now ? Then a tri-bute to memo - ry give. Bind new wreaths round fair Liberty's brow. 






Columbia, tho Gem of the Ocean. 

OR, THE "RED, WHITE, AND BLDE." 

1 Columbia, the gem of the ocean. 

The home of the brave and the free. 
The shrine of each patriot's devotion, 

A world offers liomase to thee. 
Thy mandates iu.ike herons assomlilo. 

When Liberty's form stands in view, 
Thy banners make tyranny tremble, 

When borne by the red. white, and blue. 

2 Wlien war winged its wide desolation, 

And threatened the hind to deform, 
Tho ark, then, of freedom's foundation, 

Columbia, rode safe through the storm I 
Witli her garlands of victory around her. 

When so proudly she bore her brave crew, 
With her flag proudly floating befure her, 

Tho boast of the red, white, and blue. 
8 The wineeup. the wine-cup bring hither. 

And fill you it true to the brim ; 
May the wreaths they have won never wither, 

Nor the star of their glory grow dim ; 



May tho service united ne'er sever, 
But they to their colors prove true ; 

The Army and Navy forever, — 

Three cheers for the red, white, and blue. 



Hail, Columbia ! 

Hail, Columbia happy laml, 
Hail, ye heroes ! heaven-born band. 
Who fought and bled in freedom's cause, 
Who fimght and bleil in freedom's cau.se. 
And when the storm of war had gone. 
Enjoyed tho peace your valor won ; 
Let indepenilonce lio y(jur boast, 
Ever mindful what it cost. 
Ever grateful for the ])rizo, 
Let its altar reach the skies ; 
Firm united let us be, 
Rallying round our liberty. 
As a band of brothers joined, 
Peace and safctj we shall find. 



2 Immortal patriots, rise once more ! 
Defend our rights, defend our shore ; 
Let no rude foe with impiou.s hand. 
Let no rude foe with impious hand. 
Invade the shrine, where sacred lies 

Of toil and blood the well-earned prize; 
While offering peace sincere and just, 
In heaven we place a manly trust. 
That truth and justice may prevail. 
And every scheme of bondage fail ; 
Firm united let us be, &c 

3 .Soiind, sound the trump of fame! 
]yet Washington's great name 

K'ng through the world with loud applause. 
King through the world with loud applause! 
Let every clime to freedom dear 
Listen with a joyful ear ; 
With equal skill, with steady power, 
He governs in the fearful hnur 
Of horrid war, or guides with ease 
The happier time of honest peace. 
Firm united let us be, &c. 



52 



FAB AWAV THE GAR1P F^ES BUIlf^. 



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1. Far a - way the camp fires burn, Wo can see their rud - dy light. From the dlst - ant hill - tops flash,Bright'ning 

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up the blow of night; There our brave boys watch and wait, While at home both night and day, Mem'ries sweet we 

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treasure up, Of the ab - sent far a - way : There our brave boj's watch and wait, While at home, both night and day, 



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He who ml - eth in the skies. Shall your eve -ry step de -fend. 






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54 



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S?AR AWAY THE GAiP FiKES ®iJK3^. Concluded. 



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THE FLOOD, THE FIRE, 

A SONG OF CONCORD 



THE FLAG. 

FIGHT. 



55 



Allecro Con Bria> 



1 . They came as far as yonder bridge ;*We drove them back. From ridge to ridge The gath'ring host of freemen rolled, In wrath uncontrolled. Nor could Lord 

2. And soon, as Freedom's host swept on, From all the land our foes were gone, By river, bay and ocean's shore, We saw thera no more. And Ion" in 

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oth-er lands the impulse came, Here rose a flood, there flashed a flame. Appalled, amid the earthquake shock, Kings felt their thrones rock,.\.nd fall, while 



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Percy's rescuing host, The tide withstand ; the day was lost ; And to the coast, with curses dire. The bafflod warriors slow re - tire. Oh ! glorious 
peace our land abode, With plenty field and prairie strewed. But now, when trea - son spurns control, The ancient flood begins to roll. Be - ware the 

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fierce volcanoes roared, And forth red streams of vengeance poured. The people's wrath with wild affright Smote tyrants, broke their fancied might. The fire do - 



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56 



THE PIjOOO, the FIRE, THE FLAG. Continued. 

P 



fight ! oh ! Liher - ty ! Thence rose thy empire and thy sway ; The flood, the flag, then first unfurled. Roll, wave, above a warring world. 

Cres. 

deluge ! nor withstand The waters that dash o'er the land. With rage increased the bil- lows swell, To whelm the race that dare reSe/. And let the tide 

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cayed ; the mount was still. Earth's foes arose to work their will. Beware ! the flood, the fire awake ! The loud waves roar 1 The mountains .shake ! 



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57 



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break I Ah ! then they wake to newer life, to mighty deeds. The free, the ransomed nations wake. 



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33 



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58 



CHORUS. 



VJCT0R3A1 VICTOHIAT' 



Con Splrtto. First 8 measare* mar be played for a Srm 



SopranoH* I 



Vic - to - ria! 

Tenoi'. 



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Joy now reigns a - round, 






Joy now reigns a - round, 

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Kaise the swelling strain ; 



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**VICTOBiAl VlCTCRJAl" -Continued 

L T_* •( »• i T t 



59 



Raise the swell-ing cho - rus, We come with vict'ry crowned, . We come with vict'ry crowned ; Vic - to - ria ! Vio - 
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to - ria ! Vic - to - ria ! Vic - to - ria ! 







ria ! Joy now reigns around, 



now reigns a - 

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60 



VSCTOiiAl VJGTOKiA!" Concluded. 



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come, we 

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We come with vict'ry crowned; 



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By permiMlon. 



DEAR U10THER THE BATTLE iS OVER. 



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1. Dear mother 

2. The bat- tie 
3." Tell mother 



the bat - tie is 

was bloody and 

I died like a 



fear 
sol 



er. We've 

- ful, And 

- di.-r," He 



bur - ied our dead where they fell ; 
brave - ly he fought with the foe- 
said as I knelt at hid side ; 



UENRT FOXTRtLL. 

That hard - est of du - ties 
Wo drove them like dust from 
He op - encd his eyes for 



61 



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fin 
path 
mo - 



ished. And now I've a wd tale to fell, 
way, But ma - ny a brave boy lies low. 
ment, Then pressing my hand, smiled, and died ! 




::C-!=: 



Dear mother, your heart will be breaking 
Wiiere fiercest the strife and th3 con - fliet, 
And there, with his comrades a- round him. 






With 

r 

Wo 



grief, for the spirit that's 
s:iw hiin press gallantly 
fuM - ed his hands on his 






n-0»-0-,-« 1 T-ca ,_J ! I I J , 1 



62 



DEAR RSOTHEK THE BATftE IS OVER. Co.ciaae.i. 

^-^ ^^— ^ ^~ , :. -P., Wil - llfi- your dar - ling, is dead ! 



fled, 
on— 

breast; 



Oh, mother, God help you to bear 
He fell as we fired tbo last vol 

And wrapped in the flag he- de - fend 



it, For 
ly. Fell 
ed. We 



Wil - lie- 
just when 
laid him 



your 
the 
for 



dar - ling, 

vict - 'ry 

ev - cr 



was 

at 



dead ! 
won ! 
rest! 



r ! T , N . I i I . J J J I 1 .--J A T-J-T— :ir 






CHOKUS. T-rm-. ll~^"IJ' 



He will no more hear the sound of battle. For he's singing with the angels now ; And^fl^w^e 



^Sissi||iiS3iii|3fiiE^a 



""' He will no more hear the sound of battle, For he's singing with the angels now 



lil^iS!£sii^iE^Eg^^ 



d flowers immortal are twin-ing. In beauty around his fair brow. 
; And flowers immortal are twin-ing, In beauty around his fair brow^ J 



Viva L'Amenca. 

[Bj permlsBlon of the publisher. Firth, Pond k Co.J 

Noble republic ! Ilappicfit of lands. 
Foremost of nations, Columbia stands! 
Freedom's proud banner floats in the skies, 
Where shouts of liberty daily ariss — 
" United we stand, divided we fall;" 
" Union forever ;" freedom to all ! 

CHOKUS. 

Throughout the world our motto shall be, 

Viva I'America ! home of the free ! 

Should ever traitor rise in the land. 

Cursed be his homestead, withered his baud; 

Shame be his memory ; scorn be his lot ; 

Exile his heritage, his name a blot ! 

" United we stand, divided we fall," 

Granting a home and freedom to all. 

CuoRus. — Throughout the world, &o. 

To all her heroes justice and fame ; 

To all her foes a traitor's foul name ! 

Our " stars and stripes" still proudly shall wave. 

Emblem of libierfy, flag of the brave ! 

" United we stand, divided we fall ;" 

Gladly we'll die at our country's call. 

CHOBCS. — Throughout the wuiM, &c. 

When this cruel war is over. 

on, WEEPING. S.\n AND I.ONELT. 

[By permission of th.. Author, 5lr. Charles Carrol Sawyer.] 

Dearest love, do you remember 

When we la.st diil inei.-t. 
How you told me that you loved me, 

Kneeling at your feet '! 
0, how proud you stood before me, 

In your suit of blue, 
When you vowed to me and country, 
Ever to be true. 
CHORUS. — Weeping, sad and lonely, 

Hopes and fears, how vain ; 
Yet praying 

When this cruel war is over, 
Praying that wo meet again. 



When the summer breeze is sighing 

Mournfully along. 
Or when autumn leaves are falling, 

Sadly breathes the song. 
Oft in dreams I see thee lyino- 

On the battle plain. 
Lonely, wounded, even dyin", 
Calling, but in vain. 

CHORDS. — Weeping, sad, &:c. 
If, amid the din of battle. 
Nobly you should fall, 
Far away from those who love you, 

None to hear you call, 
Who would whisper words of comfort, 

Who would soothe your pain ? 
Ah, the many cruel fancies 
Ever in my brain ! 

CHORUS. — Weeping, sad. Sec. 
But our country called you, darling. 

Angels cheer your way ! 
While our nation's sons are fightino-. 

We can only pray. 
Nobly strike for God and liberty. 

Let all nations see 
How we love the starry banner, 
Emblem of the fioe! chorus. 

*S3> 

My Country, 'tis of thee. 
My country ! 'tis of thee. 
Sweet land of liberty ! 

Of thee I sing : 
Land where my fathers died ; 
Land of the pilgrim's jiride ; 
From every mountain side. 

Let freedom ring. 
My native country ! thee, 
Land of the noble free, 

Thy name I love ; 
I love thy rocks and rills. 
Thy woods and templed hills ; 
My heart with rapture thrills, 
Like that above. 



Our fathers' God ! to thee, 
Author of liberty ! 

To thee we .sing : 
Long may our land be bright 
With freedom's holy light ; 
Protect us by thy might. 

Great God, our King ! 



63 



The Star-Spanglod Banner. 

O, say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, 

What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? 
Whoso stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight. 

O'er the ramparts we watched, were .so gallantly streaming; 
And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air. 
Gave proof through the night that our flag wa's still there. 
CHORUS. — O, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave. 

O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 
On the shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep. 
Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes'. 
What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep. 

As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half di.*closes? 
Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam ; 
In full glory reflected, now shines in the stream 
CHORUS — 'Tis the star-spangled banner — 0, long may it wave 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave ! 
And where is that band who so vauntingly swore, 

'Mid the havoc of war, and the battle's confusion, 
A home and a country they'd leave us no more '! 

Their blood has washed out their foul fijotstop's pollution. 
No refuge could save the hireling and slave 
From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave. 
CHORUS.— And the star-.-^pangled banner in triumph doth wave 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the bravo. 
0, thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand 

IJetween their loved home and war's desolation ! 
Bles.'ied with victory and peace, may the Heaven-rescued land, 
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation ; 
Then conquer wo must, wlicn our cause it is just. 
And this he dur nmtto : " In God is our trust!"' 
CUOBUS. — And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave 
O'er the land of the free and the homo of the brave. 



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