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General Wolfe’s Song, French and Indian War

According to legend this song was sung by Gen. James Wolfe to his soldiers the night before the Battle of Quebec.  The next day Gen. Wolfe would sustain three mortal wounds during the battle.

 It is also noteable for being sung by Alexander Hamilton before his death in the Hamilton-Burr duel.

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