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And, don't forget, the Crusader's boys will ne'er “give up the ship.” We are anxiously awaiting to see your Commodore, And as we get acquainted, he'll think of us the more; e have a flag which we can spare, we'll hoist it at your main-- 'Tis color fast and sure to last, in sunshine or in rain; But do not tramp upon it; be cautious — do not slip; Watch how you go, for you must know, we “don't give up the ship.” You have heard of seven thousand rebel traitors in a band, Who burnt out Major Anderson with seventy at command; It was a great achievement--'twas great, there is no doubt, But first you had to starve them, before you burnt them out; So now just try your privateers; the Crusaders have a whip Already rove for traitors' necks — they “don't give up the ship.” Why don't you send to England for another load of shot? We'll keep them safely stowed for you, and send them to you hot; And if your hatches are battened down, we'll send them safe, I pledge, And you shall get
he following toasts were drank upon the occasion:-- 1.--Abe Lincoln, the honest old miller; while he separates the chaff from the wheat, his grinding shall be done Scott free. 2.--old Abe shall be another link on (Lincoln) to our chain of Government supporters. 3.--Liholiho and Emma — the King and Queen of these islands. Heaven bless them. 4.--Let the gallant defender of Sumter have prefixed to his name Columbia; and future generations shall often look back with pride upon Columbia Anderson, (and her son.) 5.--the secession States--the corrode of a Republic. Shake off the rust, and the steel will pierce the keener. 6.--(Drank standing, and in silence.) Col. Ellsworth. A bright light quenched in the hour of deepest darkness. After the toasts had been disposed of, the company listened to some pertinent and patriotic remarks from the orator of the day, Capt. Thos. Spencer, a brief synopsis of which I will give. It was to him, he said, the proudest and most event