EBBA ID: 31329

British Library - Roxburghe 4.47
 
The galant Seamans return / from the Indies, or the happy meeting of two Faithful lovers. / Wherein is shewed the loyal constancy of a Seaman to his love, with her kind / salutation unto him for his Welcome home. / Observe this Song which is both neat and pretty / Tis on a Seaman in his praise of Betty.
Date Published 1678-1680
Author Thomas Lanfiere
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for F. Cole, T. Vere, J. Wright and J. Clarke. W. Thackery. T. Passenger.
License With Allowance.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.47
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.47
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  Part 1
Title The galant Seamans return / from the Indies, or the happy meeting of two Faithful lovers. / Wherein is shewed the loyal constancy of a Seaman to his love, with her kind / salutation unto him for his Welcome home. / Observe this Song which is both neat and pretty / Tis on a Seaman in his praise of Betty.
Tune Imprint Tune of Five Sail of Frigots, Or, Shrewsbury
First Lines I am a stone Seaman newly come on shore / I have been a long Voyage where I nere was be-fore
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Notes Printed on recto of EBBA 31330, entitled "The Young Mans Counsellor: / OR, / A Guide for New Beginners. / Which, being put in practice, may prove both acceptable, Useful, and profitable, to all / such as are beginning to Deal in the World. With directions how to order their Affairs / to the glory of God; and their own benefit. / He that into the Ocean doth set sail, / Pours forth his Prayers to have a prosperous gail, / So likewise he that doth the world begin, / Must pray to God; to guide his wayes therein."