Marion's men

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Marion's men - of La NEWPORT, R. I, February 25, 1865. To the...
of La NEWPORT, R. I, February 25, 1865. To the Editor the Earning PaU : I nppoM tht Uier uwoely m Uj iuriK r,h mtm.tM vImb Iwh om p cw( datj in tronih ium. tm lute Iron tb "Bong of Mrton' koc" rid mot In; mCrom mf mmd ; tb .8 kejr-oto may rtii t-v1 to th m mim, ,t lt4t U fM) whack iiieir iiltmn mbuu cm hardlj cs&im. 1 ftm, Tery Tcwpectfally, Y ur oblie't errmnt, THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON. THOMAS WENTWORTH HIGGINSON. I. Is boyhood'a ftgeof cbiTftlt j I brd miiAttiel BU g, And through tmilMftDd tn in Kiddle yean, 1 silli b hmr the etdeDce riatc. BestBKof fiowin by fan own d jor-ttOM, Of tb Dlooc-rvd dfetla of wr, i Of the wandering wild fowl1 lonely pith. And(rdth ( Aiiitir. H drew the t an from oar .olh'ra ejes Witb hi t dt-r t&ie, and then HeswH t ihe bra ts of th wo ld of bojB With iha anc of Marion' Men. II. I read that 'odk by tho camp flreiim, Aad well the measnre flvwi'd, Wi'h the dusky aoldlor'a event&g hjma, Oa the where Marion rode : Ow fortresa waa the ffoo 1 grrea wood, Ovr tent tbe cvpraa t ee, Ann we knew tbe forest ronntl us -- A aeaaiea know the ae ; And the banda were black that held tbo gnu, And white that h Id the feword, But the difference waa bom and tho color but one When the red, red blood waa ponred III. 1 bank God I tboagfc tbo Uvrete of war bo fair, Thcaeol peace are 1 .velier atill And man baa no name and bo nightly tamo But he hold at the poet'a wilt Though the lustra may fade ao yovth'a bright hair, Aad time hM bo eecood eprinfc Yet no locks grow gray on the poet' lay, Aa be ia the only king. May oar monarch rule till tho caa dob boom Over tfttaw's wild arave bo more, Aad the .at? at was daring star comes home To tbe flag that Marion bore. MY TWO DERBIES. BY CHAS DICKENS.

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  1. Cleveland Daily Leader,
  2. 22 Jul 1865, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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