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Repudiation. 'Neath a ragged palmetto, a Southerner sat, A-twisting the band of his Panama hat, And trying to lighten his mind of a load, By humming the words of the following ode: “Oh! for a nigger! and oh! for a whip; Oh! for a cocktail! and oh! for a nip; Oh! for a shot at old Greeley and Beecher! Oh! for a crack at a Yankee school-teacher! Oh! for a captain! and oh! for a ship; Oh! for a cargo of niggers each trip!” And so he kept oh-ing for all he had not, Not contented with owing for all that he'd got. --N. Y. Tribune, June
Repudiation. 'Neath a ragged palmetto, a Southerner sat, A-twisting the band of his Panama hat, And trying to lighten his mind of a load, By humming the words of the following ode: “Oh! for a nigger! and oh! for a whip; Oh! for a cocktail! and oh! for a nip; Oh! for a shot at old Greeley and Beecher! Oh! for a crack at a Yankee school-teacher! Oh! for a captain! and oh! for a ship; Oh! for a cargo of niggers each trip!” And so he kept oh-ing for all he had not, Not contented with owing for all that he'd got. --N. Y. Tribune, June
Repudiation. 'Neath a ragged palmetto, a Southerner sat, A-twisting the band of his Panama hat, And trying to lighten his mind of a load, By humming the words of the following ode: “Oh! for a nigger! and oh! for a whip; Oh! for a cocktail! and oh! for a nip; Oh! for a shot at old Greeley and Beecher! Oh! for a crack at a Yankee school-teacher! Oh! for a captain! and oh! for a ship; Oh! for a cargo of niggers each trip!” And so he kept oh-ing for all he had not, Not contented with owing for all that he'd got. --N. Y. Tribune, June
Repudiation. 'Neath a ragged palmetto, a Southerner sat, A-twisting the band of his Panama hat, And trying to lighten his mind of a load, By humming the words of the following ode: “Oh! for a nigger! and oh! for a whip; Oh! for a cocktail! and oh! for a nip; Oh! for a shot at old Greeley and Beecher! Oh! for a crack at a Yankee school-teacher! Oh! for a captain! and oh! for a ship; Oh! for a cargo of niggers each trip!” And so he kept oh-ing for all he had not, Not contented with owing for all that he'd got. --N. Y. Tribune, June 17