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Thoughts On The Late War

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
January
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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I was for you, agln lt.- 'l'ears llke, to rae, each side was winner, LooUln' at Now and all 'at 's In lt. Le' 's go to Ulnncr. Le' 's kind o' jes set down togelher And do some pardnershlp forgitten' - Talk, say, tor iustance, 'bout the weather. Er somepln flltin'. The war, you know. 's all done and ended, And i m'i cliunui'd no pint s o' the compass: Botli North and South the health 's jes splendld As 'fore the rnmpns. The old farms and the old plantatlons S 111 occupy the'r old posltions.- Le' 's gil back to old sltuatlons And old ambitlons. Le' 's Iet up on thls blame', Infernal Tongue lushln' and lap jacket vaunlln'. And gil back home to the eternal Ca'm we'rc a-wantln'. Peaoe kind o' sort o' sults my diet- Whcn women does my cookln' for me.- Ther' wasn't overly much ple eat DnrltiK thearray.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Courier