EBBA 36210

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
A famous Sea-fight: / OR, / [a Bloo]dy Battell, which was fought between the Spaniard / [and t]he Hollander, beginning on the sixth day of this present month / of September, 163[9] being Friday; and continued for the most part, till / Sunday-noon fo[ll]owing: being neer 70 sail of the Spaniards when / they begun, and [b]ut 15 of the Hollanders, till 12 sail more came to their / ayd. The Relation you sha[ll] have in the insuing Dity, with / what hapned on the [thr]ee dayes above-named.
Date Published 1639
Author John Looks
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Imprint London, printed for Fr. Grove, neer the Sarazens head, without Newgate.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.36
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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TitleA famous Sea-fight: / OR, / [a Bloo]dy Battell, which was fought between the Spaniard / [and t]he Hollander, beginning on the sixth day of this present month / of September, 163[9] being Friday; and continued for the most part, till / Sunday-noon fo[ll]owing: being neer 70 sail of the Spaniards when / they begun, and [b]ut 15 of the Hollanders, till 12 sail more came to their / ayd. The Relation you sha[ll] have in the insuing Dity, with / what hapned on the [thr]ee dayes above-named.The second Part
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of Brave Lord Willoughby.To the same tune.
First Lines[?]e ear you lusty Gallants, / [?] my purpose is to tellTHe Hollanders great Admirall, / the Spaniard boarded thrice;
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Notes Missing portion of the date in title supplied by the ESTC and McShane no. 11.