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RALLYING SONG. 168
He muttered some words
As they bore him away, And the breeze thus repeated
The words he did say :
" When the liquor 's all out,
And your friends they have flown,
Oh ! who would inhabit This Beaufort alone ? "
—♦— RALLYING SONG OF THE TENTH LEGION*
BY A. D. DUBOIS.
WE have come from the mountains — We have come from the mountains — We have come from the mountains
Of the old Empire State, With the Stars and Stripes above us, And the prayers of those that love us, Every single soldier of us Is prepared for any fate.
We have left our cheerful quarters Bv the Hudson's smiling waters,
* New York State Volunteers.