EBBA 31813

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The English-mans Valour. / OR, / The Hamshire-Friggets-fight with six Spanish-Ships / in Cales-Road. / OR, / The Seamans Praise; the Souldiers advance, / That tells to Jack Spaniard how Drake made him dance; / And how Captain Terell did make them to fly, / That seek'd for to rob him or cause him to dye.
Date Published 1660-1685 ?
Author T. S.
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Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 107
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TitleThe English-mans Valour. / OR, / The Hamshire-Friggets-fight with six Spanish-Ships / in Cales-Road. / OR, / The Seamans Praise; the Souldiers advance, / That tells to Jack Spaniard how Drake made him dance; / And how Captain Terell did make them to fly, / That seek'd for to rob him or cause him to dye.The Second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Let no brave Souldier be dismaid.to the same Tune.
First LinesGOD prosper long our Noble King, / and every one that wish him well.SIx men was all we lost in fight, / our Captain wounded very sore
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