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Who Cares . . .
The Busy Crew. . . 113 The Veteran in Retire-
ment. . . . . .
chor . . . . . .
Frigate : : .;.:
121 gar . . .
The Mid-Watch.. 194 Dreadful ..
flowing Sea ... 219 To all you ladies now
Ship, d'ye see. .. 222
miral . . . . . .
ble . . . . . . 42
Page 55, “Jack's Gratitude,” line 1, for display, read dismay.
Tournville, read Tourville.
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 :