Here are the lyrics for use in your writing!
1. God save our gracious King,
Long live our noble King,
God save the King!
Send him victorious, 77 more words
Definitely exaggerated, but a historical account, nonetheless. This is what the average Londoner thought was happening.London Times
Sept. 12, 1792
France. IMPRISONMENT of the KING and QUEEN, and the late MASSACREAs those who are most likely to give a just relation of the late horrid transactions in France, dare not write;-and those, who do write, make it their business to conceal the circumstances as much as possible, there is no other means of ascertaining the facts so accurately, as by those who were resident on the spot, but who have had the good fortune to escape. 1,426 more words
Welcome to another Feature Friday! Today we’ll cast a glow on some bloggers who are consistently generating insightful posts about the written word. As always, I try to dedicate time to broadening my understanding of the craft, and these folks seem to deliver on a regular basis. 715 more words