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" The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit stubborn to be free, The twisted bore, the smiting brand — • And we are Marion's men, you see. "
Library of Southern Literature: Biography - Page 4829
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The Partisan: A Tale of the Revolution, Volume 2

William Gilmore Simms - Historical fiction - 1835
...his eyes, And ere he dnves away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. III. " Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...smiting brand — And we are Marion's men, you see. IV. " Now light the fire, and cook tho meal, The last, perhaps, that we shall taste ; I hear the Swamp...
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The Partisan: A Tale of the Revolution, Volume 2

William Gilmore Simms - Historical fiction - 1835
...eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. III. " Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress, To swim the Santee at our need, IV. " Now light the fire, and cook the meal, The last, perhaps, that we shall taste ; I hear the Swamp...
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The American Speaker: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and Exercises ...

John Frost - Elocution - 1845 - 448 pages
...his eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. in. Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...stubborn to be free — The twisted bore, the smiting brandArid we are Marion's men you see. Now light the fire, and cook the meal, The last, perhaps, that...
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Camp-fires of the Revolution: Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - United States - 1850 - 435 pages
...blinds his eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from hia camp, he dies. Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...the Santee at our need, When on his heels the foemen preac — The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit stubborn to be free — The twisted bore, the...
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Camp-fires of the revolution, or, The War of Independence: illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - History - 1853 - 435 pages
...blinds his eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he diea Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...the Santee at our need, When on his heels the foemen prw*The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit stubborn to be free — The twisted bore, the smiting...
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The American Speaker: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and Exercises ...

John Frost - Elocution - 1855 - 444 pages
...his eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. m. Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...smiting brand — And we are Marion's men you see. Iv. Now light the fire, and cook the meal, The last, perhaps, that we shall taste ; I hear the swamp...
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The Partisan: A Romance of the Revolution

William Gilmore Simms - South Carolina - 1856 - 531 pages
...drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. in. * Free bridle-bit, good gallant stead, That will not ask a kind caress, To swim the Santee at our need, When on his heels the foemen prese — The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit, stubborn to be free — The twisted bore,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 64

American literature - 1889
...Our home is in the red-deer's den, Our roof, the tree-top overhead, For we are wild and hunted men. " Free bridle bit, good gallant steed, That will not...kind caress, To swim the Santee at our need, When on our heels the foemen press — The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit, stubborn to be free —...
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The Partisan: a Romance of the Revolution

South Carolina - 1870 - 531 pages
...blinds his eyes, And ere he drives away his sleep, And rushes from his camp, he dies. * Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind caress,...the Santee at our need, When on his heels the foemen pr< The true heart and the ready hand, The spirit, stubborn to be free — The twisted bore, the smiting...
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The Partisan: A Romance of the Revolution

William Gilmore Simms - South Carolina - 1882 - 531 pages
...camp, he dies. in. * Free bridle-bit, good gallant steed, That will not ask a kind cures.", • ' ' To swim the Santee at our need, When on his heels...smiting brand— And we are Marion's men, you see. rr. "Now light the fire, and cook the meal, • .' The last, perhaps, that we shall taste; I hear the...
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