UNION CIVIL WAR IRISH SONG SHEET - "O’TOOLE & McFINNIGAN ON THE WAR”

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Item Code: 2021-67

Printed by Charles Magnus, New York, ca. 1863. One page, w/colorful minstrel lithograph, 8” x 5.  Very good condition. First and last stanzas as follows:

Sample stanzas:

“I think of enlistin’, “ says Pat.“ Because, do you see what o’clock it is?

“There’s nothin’ adoin at all. But drinkin’ at Mrs. O’docharty’s;

Its not until after the war that business times will begin again,

And fightin’s the duty of all”—"By jabbers, you’re right says McFinnigan”

“Hurroo! For the Union, me boys, and divil take all who would bother it.

Secession’s a nagur so black the divil himself ought to father it!

Hurroo for the bould 69th, That’s presently bound to go in again; It’s

It’s Corcoran will lead’ em, d’ye mind,” “And I will go with them,” says Finnigan.”

Fine Civil War-era Irish [Brigade} collectible.  [jp] [ph:L]

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