EBBA 37426

British Library - Bagford
 
The gallant 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.
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Author Thomas Lanfiere
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Collection British Library - Bagford
Pages 2.79 Page Verso, 2.80
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.40.m.10.(83.)
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    TitleThe gallant 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.The Second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo the tune of, Five Sail of Frigots, or, Shrewsbury.To the same Tune.
    First LinesI Am a stout Seaman and newly com on shore, / I have been along Voyage where I near was be-Though long I have been absent yet I thought on / O my heart it was always with pretty Betty. (thee
    RefrainMy own dearest honey whose name is Betty, [with variation]O my heart it was always with pretty Betty. [with variation]
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    Notes Cut apart and pasted onto two facing album sheets.