EBBA 33925

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
Neptune's Raging Fury: / OR, THE / Gallant Seaman's Sufferings. / Being a Relation of their Perils and Dangers, and of the extraordinary Hazards / they undergo in their noble Adventures. Together with their undaunted Valour and / rare Constancy in all their Extremities: and the manner of their Rejoycing on Shore, / at their return home.
Date Published 1693-1695 ?
Author Martin Parker
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Imprint London: Printed for A.M. W.O. and T. Thackeray, at the Angel in Duck-lane.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.1399
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Title Neptune's Raging Fury: / OR, THE / Gallant Seaman's Sufferings. / Being a Relation of their Perils and Dangers, and of the extraordinary Hazards / they undergo in their noble Adventures. Together with their undaunted Valour and / rare Constancy in all their Extremities: and the manner of their Rejoycing on Shore, / at their return home.
Tune Imprint Tune of, When the Stormy Winds do blow, &c.
First Lines YOu Gentlemen of England, / that lives at home at ease,
Refrain when the stormy winds do blow.
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Notes Printed on the verso of EBBA 33163, titled "The VVestminster Frolick: / Or, The Cuckold of his own procuring. / Being a true Relation of a Vintener, who for a considerable quantity of Guinnies / undertook to perswade his Servant Made to prostitute her self to a young Spark, / pretending to her that it was no other but himself; whereupon she seemingly / complying, discovered it to her Mistriss, who supplying her place, grafted her / Husbands Head. / Thus may we see how scurvy ill-Star'd fate / Does cross some men, nay how they do create / Their own misfortunes, yet for to be bold / The Vintener got his Horns well tipt with / (Gold."