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The centennial anniversary of the city of Hamilton, Ohio . freedom ring.—2—My native country thee,Laud of the noble, free, Thy name I love ;I love thy rocks and rills,Thy woods and templed hills,My heart with rapture fills, Like that above. —3—Let music swell the breeze.And ring from all the trees, Sweet freedoms song;Let mortal tongues awake,Let all that breathe partake.Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. —4— I Our Fathers God to theeAuthor of liberty, To thee we sing; / Long may our laud be bright, JWith freedoms holy light, YProtect us by thy might, 1 Great God our King. i itb

The centennial anniversary of the city of Hamilton, Ohio . freedom ring.—2—My native country thee,Laud of the noble, free, Thy name I love ;I love thy rocks and rills,Thy woods and templed hills,My heart with rapture fills, Like that above. —3—Let music swell the breeze.And ring from all the trees, Sweet freedoms song;Let mortal tongues awake,Let all that breathe partake.Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. —4— I Our Fathers God to theeAuthor of liberty, To thee we sing; / Long may our laud be bright, JWith freedoms holy light, YProtect us by thy might, 1 Great God our King. i itb Stock Photo
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The centennial anniversary of the city of Hamilton, Ohio . freedom ring.—2—My native country thee,Laud of the noble, free, Thy name I love ;I love thy rocks and rills,Thy woods and templed hills,My heart with rapture fills, Like that above. —3—Let music swell the breeze.And ring from all the trees, Sweet freedoms song;Let mortal tongues awake,Let all that breathe partake.Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. —4— I Our Fathers God to theeAuthor of liberty, To thee we sing; / Long may our laud be bright, JWith freedoms holy light, YProtect us by thy might, 1 Great God our King. i itbr of the 3rd. Brief address by the President in presenting! the orattday to the audience. 4th. Elaborate oration of Judge Joseph Cox, of Cincinnati, on thePioneer history of Hamilton and the Northwest Territory. Short ad-dresses were next made by the following gentlemen : Hon, Calvin S, Brice,U. S. Senator of Ohio; Hon. Wm. McKinley, candidate for Governor of Ohio. 5th. Other short addresses were made by eminent gentlemen present at the time.. HHNRY C. GRAY. THE CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF HAMILTON, O. 35 6th. Promptly at 2 oclock P. M. the grand parade moved on MainStreet iu the First Ward, under direction of the Grand Marshal.The Grand Marshal and his staff consisted as follows; Grand Marshal, Capt. W. C. Margedant; Chief of Staff, Thomas Millikin ; AdjutantGeneral, F. D. Bristley ; Majors, J. F. Neilan, H. L. Morey, L,. M. Larsh; AssistantGrand Marshals, Rev. F. W. Abbey, S. L. Beeler, H. C Gray.Peter Schwab, Rev. F. F.Varelman, Lazard Kahn, Robert Allstatter, Christ Pabst, Jos. H. Long, Thomas V.Howell, Joseph J. Pater, Fred C. Mayer, Dr. W. Z. Kumler, Prof. Alston Ellis, Geo. W.Stace, H. P. Deuscher, Christ Benninghofen, Dr. Dan Millikin, Homer Gard, Chas. E.McBeth, W. C. Frechtliug, W. L. Huber, Albert Dix, J. M. Long, Isaac Rogers, J. M.Downey: Aide-de-Camp Allen Andrews, Dr. C. L Keeley. The parade consisted of four grand divisions preceded : I St. By four Her

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