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enveloped in grease; And arming for battle while canting of peace; On our east, crafty Meshech has gathered his band To hang up our leaders and eat up our land. Ho—all to the rescue! For Satan shall work No gain for his legions of Hampshire and York! They claim our possessions—the pitiful knaves— The tribute we pay shall be prisons and graves! Let Clinton and Ten Broek, with bribes in their hands, Still seek to divide and parcel our lands; We've coats for our traitors, whoever they are; The rows, And the reaping of wheat for the reaping of foes. From far Michiscom's wild valley, to where Poosoonsuck steals down from his wood-circled lair, From Shocticook River to Lutterlock town— Ho—all to the rescue! Vermonters, come down! Come York or come Hampshire, come traitors or knaves If ye rule o'er our land, ye shall rule o'er our graves; Our vow is recorded—our banner unfurled, In the name of Vermont we defy all the world! To A Poetical Trio in the City of Gotham. [Thi