The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 1, July 1897 - April, 1898 Page: 67
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John Crittenden Duval. 67
standing alone, patiently waiting for the grim adjutant to call the
last name on his company's muster-roll. In his loneliness he must
often have called to mind "the old familiar faces,"-no doubt com-
muned with them, even as another grand old man,
"When the dumb Hour, clothed in black,
Brings the Dreams about my bed,
Call me not so often back,
Silent Voices of the dead,
Toward the lowland ways behind me,
And the sunlight that is gone!
Call me rather, silent voices,
Forward to the starry track
Glimmering up the heights beyond me
On, and always on! "
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