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just begun, And caused much consternation, While O. P. Morton governed one Great State of this great nation, So it did. Magoffin governed old Kentuck, And Dennison Ohio; And no three humans had more pluck Than this puissant trio, So they hadn't. MagMagoffin was the leading man: He telegraphed to Perry, And writ, by post, to Dennison, To meet him in a hurry, So he did. And Dennison and Morton, too, Believed they had good reason To fear Magoffin sought to do Some hellish act of treason, So they did.Magoffin sought to do Some hellish act of treason, So they did. But they concluded it was best To do as he demanded, So they would have a chance to test The question, “Is he candid?” So they did. And Morton, with some trusty chaps, Went up to see “Meguffin ;” At 6 A. M. they took their traps, And off they went a-puffina, So they did. Magoffin 4 A. M. did fix, By post and by the wire; But when the hour had come — why nix Comehraus was he — Beriah, So he was. And then, could you have heard them swear! Them chaps along with Perry: They cussed, and stamped