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Clay the Hero

HARRY OF KENTUCKY, HO! IEROE! Tune — Hail to the Chief who in triumph advances. Welcome the strain that around us is pealing, Fraught with a music to Freemen so dear, Who but will join it, the glad truth revealing, … Continue reading

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The Whigs Didn’t like Jackson Either

WHIG QUODLIBET As sung by the Philadelphia Clay Minstrels. Oh Polk! Oh Polk! Don’t you know you’ll end in smoke! For up Salt River you must go Polk! And the way you’ll go up won’t be slow Polk! Oh Polk! … Continue reading

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The River of Tears

    SALT RIVER. Written for the Choir attached to the Philadelphia National Clay Club, by F. B. Graham, Esq. Air — In Good Old Colony Times. A few short weeks ago, As we’ll attempt to show, Some locos did … Continue reading

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