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No mutineering

Title:No mutineering
Alternate title:The loyal sailor, or, No mutineering : being a song fit to be sung on board of all his majesty's ships : giving an account of the late very awkward affair at Portsmouth, with the increase of pay then agreed to on all sides, by a sailor supposed to be aboard : and also of that most melancholy and dreadful mutiny which happened afterwards at the Nore, and which caused so much astonishment throughout this loyal nation : in which song it is further represented here : this honest sailor was giving away half his ration to his wife Nell, and was also promising part of his pay to her and the children, when a strange fleet hove in sight and he instantly prepared for action.
Note:Sold by Howard and Evans, (printers to the Cheap Repository for Moral and Religious Tracts) No. 41, and 42, Long-Lane, West-Smithfield :, 1801
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Subject:Chapbooks -- England -- London -- 19th century
Subject:Chapbooks -- Specimens
Subject:Mutiny -- England
Subject:Sea songs
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