EBBA 37484

British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
 
Sir Walter Raleigh Sailing in the Low-lands. / Shewing how the famous Ship called the sweet Trinity was taken by a false Gally, / and how it was again restored by the craft of a little Sea-boy, who sunk the / Gally; as the following Song will declare.
Date Published 1662-1692 ?
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Imprint Printed for [J. Conyers,] at the Black-Raven the first shop in Fetter-Lane next Holborn.
License This may be printed R. L. S.
Collection British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.22.f.6.(76.)
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      Part 1
    Title Sir Walter Raleigh Sailing in the Low-lands. / Shewing how the famous Ship called the sweet Trinity was taken by a false Gally, / and how it was again restored by the craft of a little Sea-boy, who sunk the / Gally; as the following Song will declare.
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Sailing in the Low-lands.
    First Lines SIr Walter Rawleigh ha's built a ship / in the Neatherlands,
    Refrain And was taken by the false Gallaly, / sailing in the Low=lands:
    Condition
    Ornament
    Notes Consulted other copies of this ballad (EBBA 34691,33700, 32013, and 21858) to confirm publisher name in the imprint.