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WAR AND PEACE

I The following lines by the Newah Nizamat Jung. of Hyderabad, - appeared in the ’ Gomratio,’ which is the organ of the, Mohammedan movement in India. They are noteworthy as supplying a loyal tribute cf versos from -a riotable. son of India: A hundred toilsome years hare roiled in vain Since one proud eagle drooped his shattered wings; Another rises—and the welkin rings With the mad cry "For glory 1" oner, again. And legions rush through carnage to attain Some fancied good that blood-stained conquest brings. Is it the boa,st of Councils and of Kings, O God! to triumph over milho ns’ pain!' Guardians of Good! Ye Nations of tht West! Hhnii Mind still worship Brule, Force dell ltd Tis Mind, not Force, doth Nations’ worth ati esf ; Force died with Rome—high Thought hath outlived Greece! Be thine, O England, thine the nobler pride. To win true Glory with the arts of Peace!

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WAR AND PEACE, Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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WAR AND PEACE Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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