EBBA ID: 36036

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads 1.45
 
Gallant Newes from the seas. / Being a Relation of certaine speeches made by Prince / Charles, the Duke of Yorke, the Lord Montrosse, Sea-men and / Land-men, with their Resolutions: Gathered together by a / Sea-man lately come from Sea, and framed into a Song by / him; whose name is Tom Smith.
Date Published 1649
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Imprint Printed for W.J. 1649.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 1.45
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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    TitleGallant Newes from the seas. / Being a Relation of certaine speeches made by Prince / Charles, the Duke of Yorke, the Lord Montrosse, Sea-men and / Land-men, with their Resolutions: Gathered together by a / Sea-man lately come from Sea, and framed into a Song by / him; whose name is Tom Smith.The second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo the tune of, The Fleat at Sea,to the same Tune.
    First LinesROuse up your spirits and make haste away, / and cast away needlesse sorrow and care,WIth that bespake the Sea=men then / with good Prince Charles wee'l live and (dye,
    RefrainWith tan ta ra ra ra, tan ta ra ra, / Tan ta ra ra ra, tan ta ra ra.With tan ta ra ra ra, tan ta ra ra, / Tan ta ra ra ra, tan ta ra ra.
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