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18. Songs of the Rebels. The Times. by Kate. Inscribed to all God's Freemen. Come, list to my song, It will not be long, Of a war-fire cursing our nation; By demagogues cruel, With Republican fuel, It threatens our land's desolation. “Old Abe” was elected, Just what I expected, “Chief ruler,” “chief justice,” “the law,” But since they've crowned him, Wise men have found him A Northern fanatic's gew-gaw. On a “platform” he stands, Of “free niggers,” free lands, “Free all,” save a Freeman's communion; A “splitter,” his trade, Thus a “wedge” he has made Of war to dissever the Union. He is spoken of freely Through Monitor Greeley, Who stands at the head of the “stairs,” On the “planks of Chicago,” As bold as “Iago,” And curses all Southern affairs. The South this have taken, And cannot be shaken, It matters not what they assert; They'll “poke at 'em fun,” Like that of “Bull's Run,” And say, with Abe, nobody's hurt! I've