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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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t little band, That will give old Jeffy's dogs a caning, And when they take a hitch, . . . . . They will send them to the happy land of Canaan. Chorus — Ho, ho, ho, fal-de-ral-de-da, etc. Captain Doncyson's the man that will do all he can, And he for the Union is a training, He will take his little squad, and whip them all----, And send them to the happy land of Canaan. Chorus — Ho, ho, ho, fal-de-ral-de-da, etc. There's another little band, that will make the rebels stand, And gallant Captain Wilson is a-training, And when they draw a bead on Jeffy's gallant steed, They will send him to the happy land of Canaan. Chorus — Ho, ho, ho, fal-de-ral-de-da, etc. Faulhaber's got some boys, that will make a noise, When their bullets on the rebels go to raining, And if they don't look out, oh! he will rub them out, And send them to the happy land of Canaan. Chorus — Ho, ho, ho, fal-de-ral-de-da, etc. Captain Strayer's boys are some, and can whip them ten to one, And will make secession go
Log of the Planter.--The following is a copy of the log of the steamer Planter, kept by Robert Small when he escaped from Charleston harbor to the blockading fleet: List.--Robert Small, Pilot; Alfred Gridiron, Engineer; Abram Jackson, Jebel Turner, W. C. Thompson, Sam Chishlm, Abram Allerton, Hannah Small, Susan Small, Clara Jones, Anna White, Levina Wilson, David McCloud, 3 small children. Log.--We leave Charleston at 1/2 past 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning. We pass Fort Sumter 1/4 past 4 o'clock. We arrived at blockading squadron at Charleston bar at 1/4 to 6. We give three cheers for the Union flag wonce more. Articles of Sundary.--4 large c, not mounted; 2 mortars. We arrive at Port Royal, Hilton, on same night about 9 P. M.--New-York Tribune.