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1805.5 - "The Mottos Translated. A New Union Song"

September, 2004

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1805.5
The Mottos Translated.
A New Union Song

“B. S.”
The Gentleman's Magazine, LXXV (August 1805), p. 752

Come GEORGE and come DAVID, come ANDREW and PAT,
    To the wars now with speed let's repair;
The Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock, shall wave in each hat,
    And the Leek will not fail to be there.

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1804.13 - "Bonaparte's Coronation: An Infernal Ode"

September, 2004

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1804.13
Bonaparte's Coronation:
An Infernal Ode

”Rhadamanthus"
The Star (December 14, 1804)

Furies! shake the scorpion lash;
    Imps! the song of joy begin;
Till the roof of Hell shall clash,
    Smitten with the gladsome din!
        Fiends and Imps, and Daemons dance,
        Bonaparte is Lord of France!

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