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ANTONY AND ChEOPATRI.
I aRU dying, Egypt. dying,
Ubbs theerimrson life-tido fast,
And the dark Plttonian shadows
('ather onl the eyefing blast.
Let thiine artus, 0 Queen, support Inc.
lush thy sobs, and bow thine c:ar,
Hearken to the great heart secrets,
Thou, and Itiou alone, must lear.
Though my scarred and veteran legions
hear their eagles high no. more,
And my wrecked and seattered galleys
Strew dark Actiun's fatal shore,
Though no glittering guards surround me,
Prompt to do their muster's will,
I must. perish like a lioman,
Die the great Triumvir still.
Let not Orsar's servile mitnions
Mock the lion thus lhsid low ;.
'Twas 11o foenma's hand that slew him.
'Twas his own that struck the tlow
Ilear, then, pillowed oan my bosom,
Ere his star fades quite away.
Him who, drunk with thy erew,
Madly flung-a-world awn'
Should the base plebeian
Dare assail' my lanae at I
Where the -tole spouse, I
Weeps within her widow'k
Seek her, say the Goods have told ane,
Altars, augurs, circling wings,
That her blood with noine commingled,
Yet siall mount the throne of Kings.
And for thee, star-eyed E'gyptian I
Glorious Sorceress of t he Nile,
Light the path to Stygian horrors
With the splendors of thy smile.
Give this Ciesar crowans and arcbes,
Let his brow the laurel i wine ;
I can scorn the Senatos tritumphe,
Triumphing in love like thine.
I am dying, Egypf, dy i:ig
Hark the insulting f.znmn's cry
They are coming--qiick. any fiahlun'
Let me front them are i dio.
Ah I no more am;' te tuat i lo
Shall my heart exultitng swell,
Isis and Osiris guard lce,
Cleopatral. Rome !-farewell!
A feature of the statistic information iust
extracted frot the pigeon hole I tle ar
olice, is the great mortality anong a lhe col
ored troops from disease. While but 2,197
died in action and of wounds, 26'997 died ot
disease. A Washaington corresponedent ol
t1 ho,0hc)M ' Tribune, Comwentig ona t est
"Among the white troopm:the proportion ol
deaths in action and front wound1s to th
deaths from disease is abot. one to two;
among the colored troops as one to eight.
About, one hundred and eighty thoufand' col.
ored men were enlisted in the arny durino
the war, of whom, reaorr(ihgly tne:rly 11m(
out of overy sevwn diel of disease, 'Time pro
portion among'wile troops is one to ftcen"
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