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" Hearts of oak are our ships, Hearts of oak are our men, We always are ready : Steady, boys, steady ! We'll fight and we'll conquer again and again. "
The Metropolitan - Page 247
1837
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The goldfinch, or, New modern songster. Being a select collection of the ...

Goldfinch - 1782 - 318 pages
...don't prefs you like flaves, For who are fo free as the fons of the waves ? Hearts of oak are our (hip, hearts of oak are our men, We always are ready, Steady, boys, fteady : We'll fight, and we'll conquer again and again. We ne'er meet our foes but we wi(h them to...
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Poems: Chiefly Occasional

William Cliffton - 1800 - 156 pages
...brave Nets/in amazes the wuild. Hearts of oak are her shins, hearts of oak are her men, They always arc ready, Steady boys, steady, To fight and to conquer, again and again. Like cliff-guarded Islands his squadron \vr-s moor'd H;s gins with the bo!:s of destruction were s'or'd,...
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The Port Folio

1814 - 640 pages
...of verse o'er the laurels they've won. Hearts of ouk are our ships, souls of fire are our men, They always are ready, Steady boys steady, To fight and to conquer again and again. Oh! long on our mountains Che forests have stood, Through ages of peace, in the shade of neglect; But...
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The Myrtle and Vine: Or, Complete Vocal Library, Containing ..., Volume 2

Charles Henry Wilson - 1803 - 228 pages
...ships and our tars form our national nerve. Hearts of oak are our ships, jolty tars are our men, They always are ready, steady, boys, steady, To fight and to conquer again and again. LITTLE TAFFL1NE. SHOULD e'er the fortune be my lot, To be made a wealthy bride, I'll glad my parent's...
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The Loyalist [ed. by W. Blair].

Loyalist - 1803 - 344 pages
...French slaves; For who are so free as we sons of the waves ? Chonis. Heart of oak are our ships, heart of oak are our men: We always are ready; : Steady, boys, steady ; We '11 fight and we '11 conquer again and again. 2. We ne'er find our foes but we press them to stay...
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The Anti-Gallican, Or, Standard of British Loyalty, Religion, and ..., Volume 1

1803 - 390 pages
...Neither fear nor despise your vain-glorious foe, But be ready to ward, or to strike the first blow, Hearts of Oak are our ships, Hearts of Oak are our men. United and hearty, Have at Bonaparte, JfVvebcat him before and will beat him again. Yes, rend the brief...
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The Anti-Gallican ; Or Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty ...

1904 - 518 pages
...And may EUROPE, no longer with jealousy blind, See the cause of GREAT BRITAIK, the cause of Mankind. Hearts of Oak are our ships, Hearts of Oak are our men. United and hearty, Have at Bonaparte, We've beat him before, and will leat him again. THE USURPER....
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection ..., Volume 13

Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott - 1810 - 424 pages
...Emperor of Morocco and the Gloster Beauty. The whole to conclude with the patriotic spectacle of " Hearts *of Oak are our Ships, Hearts of Oak are our Men," by Mr. Punch, in the character of a Greenwich pensioner, and assistants. Signer Elm, having unfortunately...
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The Works: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings by Robert Anderson, Volume 7

John Moore - 1820 - 600 pages
...before I returned. As I i..f ". >/*- -' ? • passed the stable I heard Ben singing — /y tu. ;,.,/ ^ ' Hearts of oak are our ships, • Hearts of oak are our men,' &c. I went to bed thinking of Old England, and passed the />--,i/ /, -<! night so agreeably with certain...
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The Life of a Boy, Volume 1

Miss Stockdale (Mary R.), Mary R. Stockdale - 1821 - 454 pages
...estimation in which it was held. Our sailors, the guardians of England, are called " Hearts of Oak — Hearts of oak are our ships, Hearts of oak are our men : • and to the widely spreading branches of the oak we owe the restoration of monarchy in the preservation...
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