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LOUVAIN, THE MARTYR CITY.

I'd ceding and torn, ravished with sword and flame l',v tha.t blasphemous Prime who, with the name Or God upon hi* iips. betiayed the State |lo falsely swore to held inviolate; Made mad by pride, and reckless of the l od , .Shaking his mailed fist in the face of Cod. But not in vain heir martyrdom. Lonvain. Like, tho bravo maid of France, shall rise again, Above her clotted ha.ir a croivn (shall shine, From, her ikuk ashes rise a hallowed shrine, Where pilgrims front far lands shall heal their pain, Shrived by the sacred sorrow of I'jOiiTain. -.-Oliver Herfoid, in 'Harper's Weekly.'

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LOUVAIN, THE MARTYR CITY., Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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LOUVAIN, THE MARTYR CITY. Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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