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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Sir Henry John Newbolt. (1862–1938)
 
8163
    To set the cause above renown,
To love the game above the prize.
          The Island Race. Clifton Chapel.
8164
    The work of the world must still be done,
And minds are many though truth be one.
          The Echo.
8165
    Princes of courtesy, merciful, proud and strong.
          Craven.
 
Richard Hovey. (1864–1900)
 
8166
    In all climes we pitch out tents,
Cronies of the elements,
With the secret lords of birth
Intimate and free.
          The Wander-lovers.
8167
    The people blossoms armies and puts forth
The splendid summer of its noiseless might.
          The Call of the Bugles.
8168
    The great white cold walks abroad!
          Dartmouth Winter-song.
8169
    Nor love they least
  Who strike with right good will
  To vanquish ill
And fight God’s battle upward from the beast.
          Bugles.
8170
    Who would not rather founder in the fight
Than not have known the glory of the fray?
          Two and Fate.
8171
    Praise be to you, O hills, that you can breathe
Into our souls the secret of your power!
          Comrades.
8172
    Spring in the world!
And all things are made new!
          Spring.
 

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