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The press whose banner wears no stain

The press whose banner wears no stain

Author: Albert Laighton
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Albert Laighton

Laighton, Albert. (Portsmouth, New Hampshire, January 8, 1829--1887). In 1859 he published a volume of poems, and contributed to other poetical publications. --Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith (1875), DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: The press whose banner wears no stain
Author: Albert Laighton
Copyright: Public Domain

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