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" Campaign" rose to mind — Its leader's name — and then I knew the sleeper had been one Of Stonewall Jackson's men. Yet whence he came, what lip shall say— Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell? What... "
The Confederate Veteran Magazine - 第 222 頁
1895
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Xariffa's Poems

Mary Ashley Townsend - 1873 - 270 頁
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair, Her hair which he held dear...of many a scar, Cut on the face of our fair land, By gory-handed war. What rIghts he fought, what wounds he wore, Are all unknown to fame ; Remember,...
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice ..., 第 5 卷

1883
...whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts have been because he fell? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair, her hair which he held dear?...come? Her boy ! whose mountain grave swells up but oiie of many a scar Cut on the face of our fair land, by gory-handed war. What fights he fought, what...
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Choice Readings

Anna Randall Diehl - 1883 - 406 頁
...tongues shall ever tell, What desolate hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair, Her hair which he held dear...which perchance lies with The Georgia volunteer. What fights he fought, what wounds he bore, Are all unknown to fame. Remember, on his lonely grave There...
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Bugle-echoes: A Collection of the Poetry of the Civil War, Northern and Southern

Francis Fisher Browne - 1886 - 336 頁
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair — Her hair which he held...lies with The Georgia Volunteer ! What mother, with long-watching eyes And white lips cold and dumb, Waits with appalling patience for Her darling boy...
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Bugle-echoes: A Collection of the Poetry of the Civil War, Northern and Southern

Francis Fisher Browne - 1886 - 336 頁
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair — Her hair which he held...lies with The Georgia Volunteer ! What mother, with long-watching eyes And white lips cold and dumb, Waits with appalling patience for Her darling boy...
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American War Ballads and Lyrics: A Collection of the Songs and ..., 第 1-2 卷

George Cary Eggleston - 1889
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair — Her hair which he held...of which, perchance lies with The Georgia Volunteer ! (Seorgia Volunteer 237 What mother, with long-watching eyes And white lips cold and dumb, Waits with...
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American War Ballads and Lyrics: A Collection of the Songs and ..., 第 1-2 卷

George Cary Eggleston - 1889
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair — Her hair which he held dear ? One lock of which, perchance lies with What mother, with long-watching eyes And white lips cold and dumb, Waits with appalling patience for...
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Peale's Popular Compendium of Useful Knowledge, Embracing Science, History ...

Richard S. Peale - 1890 - 536 頁
...tongue will ever tell— What desolate hearths and hearts have been because he fell? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair, her hair which he held dear?...which, perchance, lies with the Georgia Volunteer I What mother, with long watching eyes and white lips cold and dumb. Waits with appalling patience...
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Songs of the South: Choice Selections from Southern Poets from Colonial ...

Jennie Thornley Clarke - 1896 - 333 頁
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell ? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair, Her hair which he held dear?—...one of many a scar Cut on the face of our fair land By gory-handed war. What fights he fought, what wounds he wore, Are all unknown to fame ; Remember,...
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Johnson's First-[fifth] Reader ...

Eugene Cunningham Branson - 1899
...Whose tongue will ever tell What desolated hearths and hearts Have been because he fell? What sad-eyed maiden braids her hair— Her hair which he held dear...which, perchance, lies with The Georgia Volunteer. 6. What mother, with long-watching eyes And white lips cold and dumb, Waits with appalling patience...
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