EBBA ID: 35953

 
The Jovial Marriner; / OR, / The Sea-mans Renown. / Sail forth bold Sea-men, plough the Liquid Main, / Fear neither storms nor Pirats, strive for gain. / Whilst others sleep at home in a whole skin, / Your brave adventures shall great honour win.
Date Published 1664-1688 ?
Author John Playford
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Imprint London, Printed for T. Passenger, on London-Bridge.
License With priviledge.
Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 280
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    TitleThe Jovial Marriner; / OR, / The Sea-mans Renown. / Sail forth bold Sea-men, plough the Liquid Main, / Fear neither storms nor Pirats, strive for gain. / Whilst others sleep at home in a whole skin, / Your brave adventures shall great honour win.The Second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, I am a Jovial Bathcelor, &c.To the same Tune.
    First LinesI am a Jovial Marriner / our calling is well known,BRave England hath been much inricht / by Art of Navigation:
    RefrainA Sea-man hath a valiant heart / and bears a noble minde: / He scorneth once to shrink or start, / for any stormy wind.A Sea-man hath a valiant heart, / and bears a noble minde: / He scorneth once to flinch or start / for any stormy wind. [with variation]
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