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ODDITIES.

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A GLORIOUS COLLECTION OF NERVE WORK.

ING, SIDE CRACKING, CARE DESTROY.

ING, MOUTH TORMENTING

SONGS

AS SUNG BY MR. G. DIXON,

AT NEW-YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, BALTIMORR

AND NEW-ORLEANS THEATRES,

WITH SHOUTS OF APPLAUSE.

INCLUDING THE

NEW NATIONAL SONG,

COMPOSED AND SUNG ON THE DAY OF THE CELEPRATION OF

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ; TO WHICH IS ADDED, THE

ODE,

WRITTEN BY MR. S. WOODWORTH, FOR THE SAME OCCASION

• The Bourbon' star hath dimly set,
To rise no more.-Hail La Fayette !"

ITHACA, N. Y.:

MACK, ANDRUS & WOODRUFF.

18 42.

151

W*VAWO COLLEGE LIBRARY

FROM
THL MQUEST OF
EVERT JANSEN WENDELL

1918

NEW NATIONAL SONG,

COMPOSED AND SUNG BY

MR. DIXON,

AT WASHINGTON PARADE GROUND, BEFORE 120,000 PERSORI

ON THE 25TH NOVEMBER, 1830.

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Hurrah for France ! 'tis joy to see,

Far in the mighty dawn,
The genius of old Liberty

With all her armour on.
The glory of her spear

has cast
The tyrants' might away :
Sound loud your trumpets to the blast-

Hurrah for France, Hurrah !

II.

Hurrah for France ! for she has woke

From out her dream at length ;
The wine

cup

and the lute are broke,
All godlike in her strength.
Frect she stands, while round her brow

Bright hopes of Freedom play,
Exulting she is harnessed now-

Hurrah for France, Hurrah !

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