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ee upon a Zelvere in — Recall your fleets. Break up the blockade. Visit the North, and South, and West. Exchange newspapers. Migrate Intermarry. Let slavery alone Hold elections at the appointed time. Choose a new President in 64. Sing Hall Columbia and the Star-spangled Banner. "Sir, I would add Yankee Doodle." He believes strong that "music hath charms to soothe the savage breast." Was ever such an insult offered to the South? When our women have been ravished at noon day in the open th? When our women have been ravished at noon day in the open streets of our cities and towns; their houses and all their comforts and valuables reduced to ashes, and they stripped almost to a state of nudity and compelled to look on their husbands and children murdered in cold blood, and other atrocities, barbarities and cruelties perpetrated, which Mr. Vallandigham himself admits the English language has no words to express, the South is to be consoled with Hall Columbia and Yankee Doodle.