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Title: The gallant seaman's resolution; whose full intent was, to try his fortune at sea, and at his return marry his lanlady [sic] if Heaven be pleas'd to bless him with his life, none but his lanlady shall be his wife: she being a widow, and tis understood, of carriage and behaviour very good. To the tune, Think on the loving lanlady, &c.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The gallant seaman's resolution; whose full intent was, to try his fortune at sea, and at his return marry his lanlady [sic] if Heaven be pleas'd to bless him with his life, none but his lanlady shall be his wife: she being a widow, and tis understood, of carriage and behaviour very good. To the tune, Think on the loving lanlady, &c.
[London]: Printed by and for A[lexander]. Milbourn, and sold by the booksellers of Pye-Corner, and London-Bridge., [no before 1682]
Subject terms:
Ballads, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03522.0001.001

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The Gallant SEAMAN's Resolution; Whose full Intent was, To try his Fortune at SEA, and at his Return marry his Lanlady
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