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icks, And with back-handed licks, they would rule and formant us forever. From Scott's gentle care, From Bates and from Blair, And Union men loyal from station; From Yankees is arms, In quest of free farms, Great Goodness, deliver the From telegraph lies. And Government spies. Who turk everywhere to inspect us; From the Federal gag. And the Gideon flag. We pray thee, good Lord, to protect us. From fasting and prayer, To wheedle God a care, Where none is deserved to be given; From the negro-war band, Who would blood stain the land, We pray thee to screen us, good Heaven. From the gloomy Bastille, And Lincoln's big heel, All iron clad, ready to rend us; From Seward's soft speech, And Cameron's leech. We pray thee, good Lord, to defend us. Pray let the war cease-- Give us quiet and peace, With Maryland's rights vindicated. Let the battle's wild roar Be echoed no more Where Lincoln's poor dupes are chock mated. Put under the doors in Baltimore September 26th, 1861.
England and the Circular of Secretary Seward. --We subjoin a comment upon the position of England with regard to this circular, translated from the French side n, the head of the Cabinet, have just replied to the ill concealed thought of Mr. Seward, by pacific protestations, which to say the least, are but little contented, But it we were the unreflecting children, impatient and easy to move, which Mr. Seward takes us to be — if the eloquence of two or three Southern statesmen, who canth cool equanimity. The post pronounces still more decided, the idle fears of Seward, and assured him that there is not the slightest probability that England will The following passage is the most important portion of its article: "'Mr. Seward entirely mistakes the intentions of the English Government and people, if he intaining their independence. "'We believe, then, that Messrs. Lincoln and Seward are taking measures of precaution against a danger which has no existence in fa