Come On My Hearts of Tempered Steel

DESCRIPTION: "Come on my hearts of tempered steale (sic.) and leave your girls and farms... and hark away to arms." The recruiter (?) describes the soldiering life and declares that no foreigners will rule the Americas. They will live at ease when the war ends
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1781 (ThompsonNewYork)
KEYWORDS: soldier family separation patriotic
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Thompson NewYork, pp. 336-337, "(no title)" (1 text)
File: TNY336

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