Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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11 <13>
And we cannot pass
Without a word of Praise
For he’s the king of comic Song
As well as common comic ways.—
Chorus
And the fair Ladies of his house
To <th[e]> thank them we take pains <flowers of Morgan’s plains>
Who from the soft Piano bring
Such soul enchanting strains,
We’ll have a Jubilee my friends
Well have a Jubilee
With heart & voice we’ll all rejoice
In that our prophet’s freee
11—
We’ll stand by her through sun & shade
Through calm & sunshine too
And when she needs our s Aid
’Tis ready at .
Chorus [p. [115]]
13
And we cannot pass
Without a word of Praise
For he’s the king of comic Song
As well as comic ways.—
Chorus
And the fair Ladies of his house
the flowers of Morgan’s plains
Who from the soft Piano bring
Such soul enchanting strains,
We’ll have a Jubilee my friends
Well have a Jubilee
With heart & voice we’ll all rejoice
In that our prophet’s freee
11—
We’ll stand by her through sun & shade
Through calm & sunshine too
And when she needs our s Aid
’Tis ready at .
Chorus [p. [115]]
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