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Freedom's Rally

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Wake freedom I wRli tby trumpet tungue Tacli ocho in the land, Til!, al the snuml. both old and young [narota bufore tbw stand ! Gaunt treason, stalking in the light, rprears its hydm-hcad ; An 1 ihv brtght hopte imisl prove tlicir might, And strike the monster dead ! Form}.Frecmcn I as tlie sBOW-flfcM farm Upou the mouritain alde ; And onward move, U moves the storm In its tele&tftBS (ri'le. Lettmitors loavn tl n treaaon'fl woo. Aii'T,wb.ilo tlicir chcH'ks stil! Muncll, Impel yoursQÏvos upon the foe - A living avaUiuchc ! Shall it bc sai.l that Loxington In vain ,u';ivc FroeüoiE birth? In vain waa scen, by Yorktown'ssun, Opygewioa struck to earth P ShaLl it be said the, Uje good, Tlie brave, who've been our prille, Poureil forth in vain their precio bïood - In vain have foiight and died t Ko ! by out s;icrV. sires, an Him Who nervci1, thrir hearts wtih lire ! Their god-Iike deeda shall ne'er grow dim, Nor shall thoir aamea rxpire ! "We'll bear the glorious tlag they gave To our protecting hand, Until [fa l'oïds agais ahall wave Triumphant through the land ! Until each star upon ïts field rSIiall blaze witli meteor liglit ; And tiil each roeia Been te $eld A captivo to its raight ! Ayn, till the continent pours out The var-cry of the free, Andjoins in one exultant shout For God and Liberty I


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Michigan Argus