Song, 7 January 1843

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12 <​13​> And Captain Dutches’ we cannot pass
Without a word of Praise;
For he’s the king of comic songs
As well as comic ways.—
Chorus
 
13 <​14​> <​We thank the Ladies of this house​> And the first <​fair​> Ladies of his house
<​An The flowe[r]s of Morgan plains—​> To thank them we take pains
Who from the soft Piano brings,
Such soul enchanting strains,
We’ll have a Jubilee my friends
We’ll have a Jubilee
With heart and voice we’ll all rejoice
In that our Prophet’s free
 
8 <​9​> The sucker we’ll praise in song
Sh[e]’s sucker’d us indeed
And we will sucker her again
In every time of need
Chorus
 
9 <​10​> Our charterd, Rights she has mainta[in]ed
Through opposition great.
Long may her Charter Champions live
Still to protect the
Chorus
 
10 <​11​> We’ll stand by her through sun & Shade
Through calm & Tempest too.
And when She needs our ’s Aid
’Tis ready at [p. [3]]
13 And Captain Dutch we cannot pass
Without a word of Praise;
For he’s the king of comic songs
As well as comic ways.—
Chorus
 
14 We thank the Ladies of this house And the fair Ladies of his house
The flowers of Morgan plains—
Who from the soft Piano brings,
Such soul enchanting strains,
We’ll have a Jubilee my friends
We’ll have a Jubilee
With heart and voice we’ll all rejoice
In that our Prophet’s free
 
9 The sucker we’ll praise in song
She’s sucker’d us indeed
And we will sucker her again
In every time of need
Chorus
 
10 Our charterd, Rights she has maintained
Through opposition great.
Long may her Charter Champions live
Still to protect the
Chorus
 
11 We’ll stand by her through sun & Shade
Through calm & Tempest too.
And when She needs our ’s Aid
’Tis ready at [p. [3]]
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