Anti-Slavery Poems I. - From Volume III., the Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery - Poems and Songs of Labor and Reform
58 Pages
English
Downloading requires you to have access to the YouScribe library
Learn all about the services we offer

Anti-Slavery Poems I. - From Volume III., the Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery - Poems and Songs of Labor and Reform

-

Downloading requires you to have access to the YouScribe library
Learn all about the services we offer
58 Pages
English

Description

Project Gutenberg EBook, Anti-Slavery Poems I. by Whittier Volume III., The Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery, Labor andReform #20 in our series by John Greenleaf WhittierCopyright laws are changing all over the world. Be sure to check the copyright laws for your country before downloadingor redistributing this or any other Project Gutenberg eBook.This header should be the first thing seen when viewing this Project Gutenberg file. Please do not remove it. Do notchange or edit the header without written permission.Please read the "legal small print," and other information about the eBook and Project Gutenberg at the bottom of thisfile. Included is important information about your specific rights and restrictions in how the file may be used. You can alsofind out about how to make a donation to Project Gutenberg, and how to get involved.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts****EBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971*******These EBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers*****Title: Anti-Slavery Poems I. From Volume III., The Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery Poems and Songs of Labor and ReformAuthor: John Greenleaf WhittierRelease Date: December 2005 [EBook #9575] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This file was firstposted on October 15, 2003]Edition: 10Language: English*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS I. ***This eBook was produced by David Widger [widger@cecomet ...

Subjects

Informations

Published by
Published 08 December 2010
Reads 81
Language English

Exrait

Project GutenebgrE oBko ,nAitla-Sryveoe P Imsyb .ihW eittoV r IIIlumehe W., To  froskitrehWti-StiAn: , ryvelana robaL mrofeRdrus reei2# 0nio n Greenls by JohreitypoC faetihW aws creghrilat vorela lni gahgnBe sld.  wor theeht kcehc ot erus aw lhtigyrop cfeb  eronwoddaolr fouryoou cryntitgnt ih sroa yningor redistribugrebnetuT.kooBe  Perth o Gctjerot eh debtst f riheadhis houler ss hiojPrwiie tnghw nv negnihees se do nole. Pleabnre gifce tuGetdi eore nghatcno oD .ti evomer t pertten wrihoutw tidare eeh thtri pllmand a,"nti rehto itamrofnion.missse rPleaht eae dlas l"geenutrgbet  ae thttobo moht fifsion about the eBokoa dnP orejtcG ruoy tuoba noitatsghric ficipe si  sdudenIlcel .formt inrtanimpoesu Y .dam eeb yoflsd in cou aanrtciitnoa dnr se the fils in how,ga bnrewot dnh Proj to Guteect  a ekam noitanodouabt outow hot geo int lvvo.edPOEXULSTSHE-S IP :NMOHT"OITAYH NINT L'OUN TOUSSAHT ELSVAEVTRRU ELIIL WTOS:EMPOY OSIRRAG DYOLL MAVARE-ILSATNRPPOOSSEA SRMUS NSMOO  TE THMOMES ATZNSAF ROT EH TIMES CLERICAL EEKNAY EHT LRIG ERNTHUE EN MOFS OHES,UW ESCNP ERNT BE WEE"THEFORS ALEVM IVGRNIAILL OF A E FAREWEEURTHT " TSU DNAHEAT JR!HOO  FLY:N" H MYTTRE LELTORA PAS THETNERIR ERAFRAW LAROMHE TASOMTHF  ORYVE THE SENTENCEOEHC RHSIITNAS AL TTSVIO INRG TIANOITSAM HCASTESURLD'E WONVENS COHT EAE R CHTERIL TLLHAA  YEW NHENEPREHTOINAVLYSNXESA
CONTENTS:
Title: Anti-Slavery Poems I. From Volume III., The Works of Whittier: Anti-Slavery Poems and Songs of Labor and Reform Author: John Greenleaf Whittier Release Date: December 2005 [EBook #9575] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This file was first posted on October 15, 2003]
**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts** **EBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971** *****These EBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers*****
*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS I. ***
Edition: 10 Language: English
BY JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER
ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS SONGS OFLABOR AND REFORM
This eBook was produced by David Widger [widger@cecomet.net]
F JOHN L. BROWNT
SONGS OF LABOR AND REFORM: THEQUAKER OFTHEOLDEN TIMEDEMOCRACYTHEGALLOWS SEED-TIMEAND HARVEST TO THEREFORMERS OFENGLAND THEHUMAN SACRIFICE SONGS OF LABOR DEDICATION THE SHOEMAKERS THE FISHERMEN THE LUMBERMEN THE SHIP-BUILDERS THE DROVERS THE HUSKERS THE REFORMER THEPEACECONVENTION AT BRUSSELS THEPRISONER FOR DEBT THECHRISTIAN TOURISTS THEMEN OFOLD TO PIUS IX. CALEFIN BOSTON OUR STATETHEPRISONERS OFNAPLES THEPEACEOFEUROPEASTRAEA THEDISENTHRALLED THEPOOR VOTER ON ELECTION DAYTHE DREAM OFPIO NONO THEVOICES THENEW EXODUS THECONQUEST OFFINLAND THEEVEOFELECTION FROM PERUGIA ITALYFREEDOM IN BRAZIL AFTER ELECTION DISARMAMENT THE PROBLEM OUR COUNTRY ON THE BIG HORN NOTES
DERNE A SABBATH SCENE IN THE EVIL DAY MOLOCH IN STATE STREET OFFICIAL PIETY THE RENDITION ARISEN AT LAST THE HASCHISH FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS' SAKE THE KANSAS EMIGRANTS LETTER FROM A MISSIONARY OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH, IN KANSAS, TO A DISTINGUISHED POLITICIAN BURIAL OF BARBER TO PENNSYLVANIA LE MARAIS DU CYGNE. THE PASS OF THE SIERRA A SONG FOR THE TIME WHAT OF THE DAY? A SONG, INSCRIBED TO THE FREMONT CLUBS THE PANORAMA ON A PRAYER-BOOK THE SUMMONS TO WILLIAM H. SEWARD IN WAR TIME. TO SAMUEL E. SEWALL AND HARRIET W. SEWALL THYWILL BEDONEA WORD FOR THEHOUR "EIN FESTEBURGIST UNSER GOTT" TO JOHN C. FREMONT THE WATCHERS TO ENGLISHMEN MITHRIDATES AT CHIOS AT PORT ROYAL ASTRAEA AT THE CAPITOL THE BATTLE AUTUMN OF1862 OFST. HELENA'S ISLAND, S. C. THEPROCLAMATION ANNIVERSARYPOEM BARBARA FRIETCHIEHAT THEBIRDS SAID THEMANTLEOFST. JOHN DEMATRA LADS DEO! HYMN FOR THECELEBRATION OFEMANCIPATION AT NEWBURYPORT AFTER THEWAR. THEPEACEAUTUMN TO THETHIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS THEHIVEAT GETTYSBURGHOWARD AT ATLANTA THEEMANCIPATION GROUP THE JUBILEE SINGERS GARRISON
SSACHUSE   TO MA LAHLL   OAFENIUTH  PIE IRSH  E  WENPMAH STT    ANATTESM STAHERNOSTU O AERTEENT- FHEDTAN HEDNDRAB EHTNOTGNIHSAW ALGNE WET     DNVO      NOFE ICAOR EKONPLODFO HTA SSMTEE THSTLOVASEO  FNAHT ELSUETHE CUMARTINIQTRAHC EHT FO ESRANAESPERAKRE-BEREN SSIILRCSIHT EAIT ORTRHE PON TEDRESL IDSANLEA RETTENILRF SA MO LETTER TO A YOUGNC ELIRAC LRFEIELNIDANDSOLLEA NLS FO GN NI SEVADESETHE  DELRTToYEROWARARNNATKWOSIEHUPLBR CELOF ATED EBRA
ANTI-SLAVERY POEMS
……….
TO WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON
CHAMPION of those who groan beneath Oppression's iron hand In view of penury, hate, and death, I see thee fearless stand. Still bearing up thy lofty brow, In the steadfast strength of truth, In manhood sealing well the vow And promise of thy youth.
Go on, for thou hast chosen well; On in the strength of God! Long as one human heart shall swell Beneath the tyrant's rod. Speak in a slumbering nation's ear, As thou hast ever spoken, Until the dead in sin shall hear, The fetter's link be broken!
I love thee with a brother's love, I feel my pulses thrill, To mark thy spirit soar above The cloud of human ill. My heart hath leaped to answer thine, And echo back thy words, As leaps the warrior's at the shine And flash of kindred swords!
They tell me thou art rash and vain, A searcher after fame; That thou art striving but to gain A long-enduring name; That thou hast nerved the Afric's hand And steeled the Afric's heart, To shake aloft his vengeful brand, And rend his chain apart.
Have I not known thee well, and read Thy mighty purpose long? And watched the trials which have made Thy human spirit strong? And shall the slanderer's demon breath Avail with one like me, To dim the sunshine of my faith And earnest trust in thee?
Go on, the dagger's point may glare Amid thy pathway's gloom; The fate which sternly threatens there Is glorious martyrdom Then onward with a martyr's zeal; And wait thy sure reward When man to man no more shall kneel, And God alone be Lord! 1832.
,He fed the wear-yutnrni gimllO,r,Foy  be thwydeoom gilns thllitimeNat Tstero fa dihs epru.s sohe Ths,erg iniltois orgenht ,dehgehva ylsabkchT e's frequave-whip raevobaA,ssh dn-warn orhie scs olgnht ecu k olp gragled tan andht ni mih tneb r,Tssramol ilche nihcfo geht mmi  snglltie Thenquuf lifers ruivivwrought,One bale yratilo ssendamho tilev sInhtug seh nihno era tcracent le ikWhi bceteiten vangeolerA,gnaed e ,lhope, to savage ikllT,ehlu don tcos erttfen ve ehcihW,dnik sih fon oassier pternens dnO, limroatitg ininrindtes  gnol sllwol dnae rhy,Ths daexiana dkr ,ait acssulpanilis a'rdve tnadlofehT,sap sion-flower, wit hysbmloh lo,ywTsti htiw denworCStm,deia dfyea laehtb neki,eral-e shombrse s whouorp yld,lla dnAr vel,alsiri ongylp la'mhT eikgnal stem,s imperit eh dfoetnrW sen,Fa theslanir ive ,ytuaTnehw neviLaea Sbef  oshgndec culuolp alade,The fiery-wit saenihpsa ,tced!yew Hovelo wly cliiousglorthy o  felssagdr!eeRowflf  oilsoy th fo lufdnimnU,emhan thy appier t sewerh yhb uretrewere fea l, styehtta ,,nem roFis hro wr reantht ot tahH!gn krag, loud,cry! lonli,lrFmoa dns rhesor fnd aldie fllih dna kcor ,tnd hng ailli,Thrna,gtir lb eroirucation;es of edp eresvra dnt ehmesof  ohid n mirb thcna ehtsrifrati's gegrohe nksnit ihf routedif lis hofn ioatt ot gniwo saw et  oaBtlmiro.eT he white man hadB .Muoyadna sih mifa tlyeso pecauqlalb e,sa tieiad ind huctenstrevocsid T ni derntaissounoy an moot lp kgen seorofg he t rheinis.uhWnet M  .aBoynging tos," belo dedia dah eh lint uemthn oi jtoes derufni tsuas, To1791 in ace,rtvee,urhe tla boT.Eassu tniuO'LSAINT L'OUVERTUROTSUde "ontitaerib Lht no evatnalp ei, wHayt slaas aihfekcc o  fatnieravslh isbltaesognimoD .tS ni yt fagh ithou, alnietti so  flidet,ecro pedndbj o ot  ehtfdevlataieftain.negro chorsuyls T ercaeheht ,108,dnalsi  ternd uerov ghe tfomnnessiaT uowas nt, y, thappqnar,liudna orp ersps.ouhe Tsemiarlb etaetpm tfo Napoleon to re-itnovnne eoC dhtigneh, s suc, ase eht rof dnaltiMal raneGeh it wybt ehB i lsna dn of thevacuatiotnu 1 lirep ,doiomFristhtiri. shsainTousOuvet L'.sI ndse79 , n71y  bd,teenFre thaw erutrnioppa seneral-in-Chief hcg voremnne,tG t. SmiDoo,ngnd at foa eheimrfo sightAS ne tr. Thlim nauqgithoolnTof  oatt insaustrevuO'LW T'.eruwhichdeserves copmrasinow ti hhtldouot noa b ost a fgnisn el emavoreidcssr t rifs, cumbu Coly bylsI aidnI tseW eeithe ncsi, dsani  nihLsG doiw,n that thectures, .new tIE'D ihgnaremofk  tas rhe fo redrekuD eht ilyonl mue thn sda f nilaelp raof Tent aintousseid T .drtehmtaepr A, il0318he, naoc,nw eher ,ni dungeon, at Besanneraerbtsud olc a ni denifnoc  wase hewherce, rFna doteveyc not,ghnd a belniy  a dssev no raob hurried, he wasL ceelcrieez dybepde gerenreeh b,dni ehTnarow egith its fruit ofg lo,dhT eilht esos e'adlo gmnle ehT,moec etihwia'scropver  sileRilirdnb  yvedetem  ehThs nwodah its itrtmy wleoo,mrCsonswo ylb nightshsing the llA.maerd a fo  dnd assleontimo ,ivrTeeew,twe yer iflowand ne,  dhtorgu hht eisde,Rose, mellowet sal ehsdnaepacerlvle g,Samt ofa dnorkc,dnIw oond winla of asteliw ,eniur dna dhircea sshun sngd green On broanai ls,eht enIidn;owd Anllwa tedhw d-etileifna dms odreaven  Heaihhchtw eliWs imn  otyaubes Itwnod dehs ,htraE f