EBBA 36118

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
[?]AND, with the manner of their taking Ship [?] / DOVER, and of their departure, set forth in dialogue verse. / First Rupert to his Brother, / Doth expresse his Mind, / They answer one another, / Here as you shall find. / Maurice seemes to ieere him, / For his former sinnes, / Which if you please to heare him, / Rupert now begins. / (God send them good Shipping, and a faire Wind)
Date Published 1646?
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Imprint LONDON, Printed by Iohn Hammond, dwelling over-against St. Andrews Church
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.27
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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      Part 1
    Title [?]AND, with the manner of their taking Ship [?] / DOVER, and of their departure, set forth in dialogue verse. / First Rupert to his Brother, / Doth expresse his Mind, / They answer one another, / Here as you shall find. / Maurice seemes to ieere him, / For his former sinnes, / Which if you please to heare him, / Rupert now begins. / (God send them good Shipping, and a faire Wind)
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Plundering Jack: Or, No body else shall plunder but I. &c.
    First Lines COme Maurice my Brother, / Let us go together,
    Refrain So that we are forc't to bid England adue. [with variation]
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