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We've received orders to sail [sound recording] : [Jackie Tar at sea & on shore].

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Names: Engle, Tony. | Hall, Reg.
Published: London : Topic, p1998.
Series: Voice of the people (London, England) ; v. 12.
Topics: Folk songs, English - Great Britain. | Folk songs, English - Ireland. | Ballads, English - Great Britain. | Ballads, English - Ireland. | Folk dance music - Great Britain. | Sea songs - Great Britain. | Sea songs - Ireland.
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The loss of the Ramilly (Jumbo Brightwell) -- Captain Coulson (Paddy Tunney) -- A sailor in the north country (Pop Maynard) -- Just as the tide was a-flowing (Harry Cox) -- The rambling sailor (Chris Willett) - The sailors' alphabet (Sam Larner) -- Coil the hawser/Lord MacDonald (John Rea, dulcimer) -- Nancy of Yarmouth (Cyril Poacher) -- Baltimore (Johnny Doughty) -- The willow tree (May Bradley) -- Come all you men throughout this nation (Harry Cox) -- My mother's last goodbye (James McDermott) -- The female cabin boy (Bob Hart) -- The sailor cut down in his prime (Walter Bulwer, fiddle) -- Up the channel (Johnny Doughty) -- Jolly Jack the sailor (George Ling) -- Farewell, lovely Mary (Nora Cleary) -- Stowborough Town (Frank Verrill) -- Ships are sailing/The heather breeze (Gerry Wimsey, tin-whistle) -- Will you marry me? (Johnny Doughty) -- Windy old weather (Tom Brown) -- The bold "Princess Royal" (Harry Cox) -- Plenty of thyme (Cyril Poacher) -- The streets of Port Arthur (Johnny Doughty) -- The lofty tall ship (Sam Larner) -- Polly on the shore (Pop Maynard).

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