The seamans renown in winning his fair lady. Brave marriners by this you may behold what 'tis to be a seaman stout and bol[d.] This seaman won a lady by his valou[r, and] [w]ith his sword he curb'd her fathers choller: [ther]efore go boldly on when you begin, [and] know faint-heart did ne'r fair lady win Tune of, A wee[k b]efore Easter

Anon 1678-1681

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