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Sir Henry Newbolt The Vigil 43
John Galsworthy England to Free Men 44
Charles William Brodribb Expeditional 45
Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge Evening in England 46
C. Fox Smith Saint George of England 46
George Herbert Clarke Lines Written in Surrey, 1917 47
John Freeman Sweet England 48
Henry Lawson England Yet 50
Lieutenant Leonard Van Noppen "Burn up the World" 51
Lieutenant Leonard Van Noppen England 52
Rudyard Kipling "For all we have and are" 52
Neil Munro Pipes in Arras 54
Neil Munro "Lochaber no More" 56
Isabel Westcott Harper Highland Night, 1715—1815—1915 56
Norreys Jephson O'Conor Moira's Keening 58
Winifred M. Letts The Connaught Rangers 59
Lieutenant T. M. Kettle A Song of the Irish Armies 60
Marjorie L. C. Pickthall Canada to England 62
Wilfred Campbell Langemarck 62
Will H. Ogilvie Canadians 66