The Glorious Flag of Liberty

J. WRIGLEY. Publisher, of Songs, Ballad’s, and Toy Books, Conversation, Age, and small Playing Cards, Alphabet Wood Blocks, Valentines, Motto Verses, and Out Motto Paper &c. No. 27 Chatham Street (OPPOSITE CITY HALL PARK) NEW YORK

The Glorious Flag Of Liberty.

We will pull down the Rebel Flag it shall not wave on high
And place above it in its stead the one for which we’d die,
The one for which our forefathers fought, in the battle-
field of fame;
And the one for which we’re fighting now upon the
raging main

Here’s to the gallant Sixty Ninth, great honor have they
won.
By fighting with the Rebels, at the Battle of Bull-Run;
The Battle it was desperate, and the Rebels were neatly
beat,
When something unluckily turned up which caused for us
a retreat.

Here’s a health to Gen. McClellan, and may his life be
long,
I hope he’ll prove victorious, against the Rebel throng:
And that he’ll plant the Stars and Stripes wherever they
will stand,
To give proof of our victories, way down in Dixie’s Land

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