first edition of a bloodthirsty song composed in the opening months of the Mexican War, using the memory of the Alamo to spur the troops to action. "Let the knife do its duty, it has slept long enough . . . It thirsts for the blood of the Mexican herd. The Alamo! Remember the word!" 4 copies in OCLC, and none traced at auction.
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