Philip Morin Freneau
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- The hunter and the deer a shade.
- The Indian Burying-Ground. This line was appropriated by Thomas Campbell in O'Connor's Child.
- Then rushed to meet the insulting foe;
They took the spear, but left the shield.
- To the Memory of the Americans who fell at Eutaw. Compare: "When Prussia hurried to the field, And snatched the spear, but left the shield", Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, Introduction to canto iii.