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Who Cares . . .

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The Tizzies . . . . 141

Nancy Dear . . . . 82 Now Safe Moor'd . . 142

Magnanimity... 84 A History of the War 143

Jack's Fidelity. .

The Sailor's bring up. 145

The Sailor's Maxim

Hark! the Boatswain 147

All's one to Jack

88 The Irish Sailor . . 148

The Nancy ... 89 What if the Sailor

Jack's Claim to

boldly goes . . . .

True Courage ...

Nelson and Warren. 150

Brother Jack . .

94

Duncan and Victory . 152

Each his own Pilot

A Salt Eel for Mynheer

The Voyage of Life .

Tack and Tack . . .

Three Cheers....

Tight Lads of the

Nancy :

Ocean

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The Pride of the Ocean 102 Life's a troubled Sea. 157

The Tar of all Wea-

The Canary Bird ..

thers. . . . . . 106

The Forecastle Man.

Moorings . . . . . 105

The Sapling : ...

Tom Tough . . . . 107 Love's Probation .

Nature and Nancy , 109 The Reward of Fidelity 163

Tom Tackle was poor 110 Honesty in Tatters . 164

The Standing Toast.

The Press Gang : . 165

The Busy Crew. . . 113 The Veteran in Retire-
The Letter N . . . 114

ment. . . . . .
The Last Shilling . . 115 The best Bower An-
Since, Jack, thou art &

chor . . . . . .
Seaman's Son. . . 116 Ye Free-born Sons. .

One . . . . . . 117 Well it's no worse. .

Grieving's a Folly : : 119 Jervis for ever...

I sail'd in the Terrible

The Victory of Trafal-

Frigate : : .;.:

121 gar . . .

The Sailor's Will : : 122 The Death of Nelson. 174

Nancy and Home. . 124 The Arrival of Nel-

Blow, Boreas, Blow . 126 son's Corpse ...

The Cabin Boy . . .

Peaceful 'slumb'ring

Jack's Advice to his

on the Ocean . . . 177

Friend . . . . .

128 Three Fishers went

Gallant Tom. . 129

sailing . ... . .

The War is over . .

The Ship on Fire . . 178

Jack's Alive . . . . 131 English Ale..

Life's Weather Gauge 132 The Battle of the Baltic 181

The Wife. . . . . 133

The Mariner's Song

The Look Out ... 134 The Mariner's Glee, 185

The Sailor's Dream . 136 Black-eyed Susan. . 186

Britannia's Name. . 137 Hearts of Oak . . . 187

A Dose for the Dons. 138 The Origin of Gun-

A Sailor's Ditty . . . 140 powder . . . . . 188

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All's Well . . . . . 189 The Sailor's Lady. . 239

The Arethusa .. 189 Nanine, or the Emi-

Every Bullet has its

grant . . . . .

240

Billet

I went to Sea . .. 242

The Sailor's Consola:

Davy Jones's Locker.

tion .

Old England's Wooden

The Land, Boys, we Walls . . . . . 244

live in . :,. . .

193 When last in the

The Mid-Watch.. 194 Dreadful ..

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Come, bustle, bastle. 195 The Anchor's weighed

"Twas when the Seas

The British Flag flies

were roaring . . .

196 at the Main ...

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The Storm

198 The Shannon and

Ye Gentlemen

Chesapeake ...

247

land. .

200

Will Watch....

Drear,dark, and dread-

The Pilot..

251

ful low'red the Sky

Topsails shiver in the

Childe Harold's Song . 205 Wind ::..

252

Harry Bluff . . . .

207 The Battle of La Hogue,

Sea Fight at Malago . 208 or Russell's Triumph 253

The Snng Little Island 212 Roll, liquid mountains,

The Spanish Armada. 214 roll . . :.:.: .

254

Ye Mariners of Eng-

Poor Joe the Marine . 255

land . .

Bryan and Pereene.

256

The Sailor's Lament

The Neglected Tar . 258

for the Sea ..

Heaving of the Lead. 261

Wapping Old Stairs. 218 Slinging the Bowl . . 262

A wet Sheet and a

The Death of Nelson. 263

flowing Sea ... 219 To all you ladies now

Rule Britannia. .

at land . . . . .

Our Country is our

The Pilot . . . . .

Ship, d'ye see. .. 222
The Wreck .. 223 Loss of the Royal
The Exile's Farewell:

224

The Flying Dutchman 225 Deep in the Orlop's

The Sea-King.

227 darksome shade . .

The Stormy Petrel: 228 Song. ..

The Return of the Ad-

Duke William's Ram.

miral . . . . . .

ble . . . . . . 42

A Sailor's Apology for

Billy Moore ....

Charming Kitty .. 277

The Sea Fight . .

Life's like a Ship .. 279

When in War on the

The Mariner's Dream 281

Ocean . . . . . 236 The Sailor's Dirge

The Old Commodore · 237 The Sailor . . . . 284

We conquer, dear girls, Song . . . . . . 285

but for you. ... 2381 The Bay of Biscay. . 286

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vaen0 patter to lubbers and swabs, d’ye see, 1387602 'Bout danger, and fear, and the like; JACK A tight water boat and good sea-room

give me, And it ain't to a little I'll strike: Though the tempest topgallant-masts smack smooth

should smite, And shiver each splinter of wood, Clear the wreck, stow the yards, and bouze every

thing tight, And under reef'd fore-sail we'll scud : Avast! nor don't think me a milksop so soft

To be taken for trifles aback; For, they say, there's a Providence sits up aloft,

To keep watch for the life of poor Jack.

I heard our good chaplain palaver one day,

About souls, heaven, mercy, and such ; And, my timbers! what lingo he'd coil and belay,

Why, 'twas all one to me as High Dutch :

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