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The man who works with honest toil, To win his tribute from the soil, More honor from his country craves, Than he who drives a thousand slaves.
Fremont will lead a glorious band, &c.
The man, the mind, the soil, all free, This is the chivalry/or me, No suppliant slaves to tend my beck, No rulers such as " Buck " and " Breck"
Fremont will lead a glorious band, &c.
No clanking chains, no cutting whip, No thongs with human gore to drip, Free bread, free labor ;—man and child, From taint of Slavery undefiled.
Fremont will lead a glorious band, &c.
Free schools, free thought, free speech, free press, Free schools, free States and nothing less— To Do or Die for Liberty, This, this is Northern chivalry.
Fremont will lead a glorious band, ^c.
Written by a Member of the Plainfield Fremont Club. Air.—" Have you seen Sam ?" I've just been out to Washington,
To see our Congressmen, And see what changes have occurred
Betwixt times now and then: I saw with much amazement
That great men scarce had grown; The Clays and Websters vanished had,
Who once in Senate shone.
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