Death of the Lincoln despotism.
[The following stanza were written soon after the arrest of Messrs. Mason & Sbut from reasons unavoidable their publication has been delayed]
air--" Root, Hog, or Dit."
‘ T'was out upon cold ocean that the San Jacinto hailed.
An English neutral vessel, while on her course she sailed;
Then sent her traitor Fairfax, to board her with his crew.
And beard the "South Lion" with his "Yankee-doodle-doo."
The Yankees-took her passenger, and put them on their ship;
And swore that bare Secession could not give them the ship
But English says shell have them, if Washington will fall.
So Lincoln and his "bigger craft" must certainly feel small.
Of all the "Yankee notions" that ever had their birth.
The one of searching neutrals, affords the greatest earth --
To the Southern, but the Yankees will ever hate the fame.
Which gave to Wilkee and Fairfax their never-dying name
Throughout the North, their Captain Wilkee received his made of praise.
For doing in these civilized — the deeds of darker days;
But England' guns will thunder along the Yankee coast.
And show the Abolitionists, too soon they made their boast.
Then while Old England's cannon are booming on the sea.
Our Johnston, Smith, and Beauregard dear Maryland will free,
And Johnston, in Kentucky, will whip the Yankees too,
And start them to the lively tune of "Yankee-doodle-doo"
Then downs: Pensacola, where the game is always "Bragg,"
The "Stars and Stripes" will be pulled down and in the dust be dragged.
For Pickens can't withstand us when Braxton is the cry.
And there you'll see the Yankees with their usual speed will fly.
On the coasts of Divie's kingdom there are batteries made by Lee,
And covered up with cotton, which the Yankees want to see.
But when they go to take it, they'll find it will not do.
And start upon the "dubble-qulek" to "Yankee-doodle-doo."
Then Evens and his Cavalry will follow in their track,
And drive them in the Atlantic, or safely bring them back;
And held them till Abe Lincoln and all his Northern are soon
Shall own our independence of ‘"Yankee-doodle-dom."’ G.