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First Line: Hobson went towards death and hell
Last Line: Hobson and his men.
Subject(s): Hobson, Richmond Pearson (1870-1937); Sea Battles; Spanish-american War (1898); Naval Warfare

HOBSON went towards death and hell,
Hobson and his men,
Unregarding shot and shell,
And the rain of fire that fell;
Calm, undaunted, fearless, bold,
Every heart a heart of gold,
Steadfast, daring, uncontrolled, --
Hobson and his men.

Hobson came from death and hell,
Hobson and his men,
Shout the tidings, ring the bell,
Let the pealing anthems swell;
Back from wreck and raft and wave,
From the shadow of the grave,
Every honor to the brave, --
Hobson and his men.

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