newCambridge Chronicle, Volume XLVIII, Number 20, 20 May 1893
Bulgaria, beloved country mine, My jealous hones and dreams do prophesy Thy weal and blest-inns, coming (>y-aud by. A sceptre vastly stretched on land and brine, Co lor* sal might and mien may ne’er be thine; But knowledge, freedom, order, peace—all lie Within thy reach, as (lod Is Uod on hi^h; These make a people great, O mother mine! Be lover thou of these! And ever aim To be among the nations of the earth A people free and eminent for worth; That good men may, observing thy estate, In admiration glad, with truth exclaim, „Behold a people small, yet truly great!“ Htovan X.