[np: 1861?]. Broadside, 4-7/8" x 8-1/4." Ten stanzas, each four lines, surrounded by ruled border. Some foxing, light wear, Good+.
This is a Confederate laugh at the Union defeat at Manassas. "Says Greely to Scott, to Richmond, why not, / These Southern's are only in fun, / Your soldiers and donkeys are every one spunky, / And before them Virginians will run."
"The Congress was there and thought they would share, / The honor's of battle when won, / But the running was tall by Congressmen all, / As they scampered away from Bull Run.
Rudolph says, "The text is the same as that of 'The Battle of Leesburgh'."
Rudolph 47. Wolf C29b. OCLC 39311232 [3- Wake Forest, Baker & Taylor, Lib VA] as of January 2021. Not in Hummel, Crandall, Parrish & Willingham. Item #37371