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THE SEVEN DAYS' FIGHT.
Allowing tha-t he had his choice, it really seems to me, The moral English gentleman would choose a front seat with his Infernal Majesty: since Milton, in his blank-verse correspondence with old Thne, more than once hinted the possibility of Nick's rebellion against Heaven succeeding. And as the" Lower Secessia has cottoned to England through numerous Hanoverian reigns, such a choice on the part of the philanthropical Britisher would be simply another specimen of his neutral-i-ty— The neutral British gentleman, one of the modern time.
THE SEVEN DATS' FIGHT. Air—" Louisiana Lowlands."
'"Way down in Old Virginia, not many months ago, McClellan made a movement—he made it very slow; The rebels they soon found it out, and pitched into our rear; They got the very d—1, for they found old Kearney there!
Chorus. In the old Virginia Lowlands, Lowlands, Lowlands, In the old Virginia Lowlands, lowl
Again at Savage' Station, we met the rebel foe—
That General Sumner whipped them, their list of killed will
show; Then " Fighting Josy Hooker" came up with his train— -He met them on the third day, and whipped them over
In the old, etc.
The rebels they still followed us, their numbers two to one, But Little Mac he let them know that Yankees would not
run Mac thought that he would stop the fun, and bring it to an
end— The only way to do that was, for Couch's men to send. In the old, etc.