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[55] And we think in these movements of Lee,
With this hide and seek army of Lee,
The occasion has come when his game may be foiled,
And we hope that his schemes will be thoroughly spoiled
By our war-chiefs at Washington waiting the day
To bring our whole army en masse into play
On the broken battalions of Lee.

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