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Abolition Of Slavery In The District Of Columbia, 1862
John Greenleaf Whittier
When first I saw our banner wave Above the nation's council-hall, I heard beneath its marble wall The clanking fetters of the slave! In the foul ma...Rate it:

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Fertile Lands and Mammoth Cheese
James McIntyre
In barren district you may meet Small fertile spot doth grow fine wheat, There you may find the choicest fruits, And great, round, smooth and solid...Rate it:

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A Celebrated Case
Ambrose Bierce
Judge on the bench he looked awfully stern; The District Attorney began to attorn; The witnesses liRate it:

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Conroy's Gap
Andrew Barton Paterson
was the name of the grandest horse In all the district from east to west; In every show ring, on Rate it:

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In the Stable
Andrew Barton Paterson
bushranging days, Made themselves kings of the district -- ruled it in old-fashioned ways -- RobbRate it:

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Old Town Types No 20 - Mr Blades the Butcher
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
back of Connor's place - Was a joke about the district; for it did not bear a trace Of building or Rate it:

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The Fire Bells Are Ringing
Henry Clay Work
this wild wintry night; They ask aid from District Thirty-four, There somebody's riches are now takRate it:

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A Ballad Of Pikeville
Ambrose Bierce
in their wild, romantic way, To that irrigation district) now distills, statistics say, Something lRate it:

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A Letter
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
the croup; And there's no one to visit your 'district' Or make Mother Tettleby's soup. Let them Rate it:

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A Lost Chance
James Brunton Stephens
who had for many years grazed his flocks in a district in which a rich tin-mining town in QueenslanRate it:

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Balbus
Marriott Edgar
and quick He bought all the scrap-iron in t' district To stop them repeating the trick. But next Rate it:

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Beautiful Crief
William Topaz McGonagall
lovely to see. Besides, ye can ramble over the district, and view the beautiful scenery. The townRate it:

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Bridge-Guard in the Karroo
Rudyard Kipling
supply details to guard the Blood River Bridge." District Orders-Lines of Communication, South AfriRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 03
Sa di
to each of them a different, but pleasant, district as a place of exile till the confusion was quelRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 09
Sa di
captured and that the whole population of the district had been reduced to obedience. The king heavRate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
to The Roe. "And there's nothing in the district that can race him for a step, He could canter wRate it:

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Hay and Hell and Booligal
Andrew Barton Paterson
"And people have an awful down Upon the district and the town -- Which worse than hell itself thRate it:

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Ida Chicken
Edgar Lee Masters
train that morning.) And there the clerk of the district Court Made me swear to support and defend Rate it:

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It's Grand
Andrew Barton Paterson
And travel like a swell, And tell the Central District folk To go to -- Inverell. It's grand tRate it:

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Mountain Life
Henrik Johan Ibsen
The glacier, looking out by day O'er all the district, far away, And crowned with golden light. Rate it:

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Municipal
Rudyard Kipling
"Why is my District death-rate low?" Said Binks of Hezabad. "Well, drains, and sewage-outfalls are "My own peculiar fad. "I learnt a lesson once, I...Rate it:

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My Bride...
Liam Ó Comáin
snow, Or the warmth of the sun. ~ A rural district permeated with A chorus of bees, birds, and the Rate it:

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Old Tin Liz
Alice Guerin Crist
in the Old Tin Liz. T'was the first car in the district, how we swelled our chests with pride, As Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 18
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
in his prosperous heyday; Familiar sight on district roads - his buckboard and his pacing roans, AsRate it:

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Old Town Types No. 5 - Mr Mead The Printer
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Wednesday morning. To be scattered thro' the district with news of all the 'Hub.' Every Wednesday aRate it:

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