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JERUSALEM!

THE OLD HYMN,
Its Origin and Genealogy.

EDITED BY

WILLIAM C. PRIME,

Author of "Boat Life in Egypt and Nubia," "Tent Life in the
Holy Land," etc.

New York:

Anson D. F. Randolph, No. 770 Broadway

CORNER OF NINTH STREET.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864,

By ANSON D. F. RANDOLPH,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.

EDWARD O. JENKINS,
Printer and Stereotyper,

20 NORTH WILLIAM STREET.

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781 P953~J 1865

In Memory

of

Thomas S. Trumbull,

Lieut. Col. 1st Conn. Artillery,

Who passed from the storm of war to the peace of the
Celestial City,

March 30th, 1865.

Sunt modo praelia, postmodo praemia, qualia? plena,
Plena refectio, nullaque passio, nullaque poena.

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Pax sine crimine, par sine turbine, par sine rixa,
Meta laboribus, atque tumultibus anchora fixa.

And now we fight the battle, and then we wear the crown
Of full, and everlasting, and passionless renown!

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And peace, for war is needless-and rest, for storm is past,
And goal from finished labor, and anchorage at last!

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