2 edition of A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow. Tune, Captain Ward found in the catalog.
A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow. Tune, Captain Ward
by Printed and sold at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, London in [London]
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1501, no. 41.|
|The Physical Object|
The famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rain-bow. To the tune of Captain Ward. (London: Printed for Fr. Coles , ) (HTML at EEBO TCP) A true and certaine report of the beginning, proceedings, ouerthrowes, and now present estate of Captaine Ward and Danseker, the two late famous pirates from their first setting foorth to this. "The Captains" is the second book in the Brotherhood of War saga by WEB Griffin. This book is not as good as the The Lieutenants book but still very enjoyable. The author makes a smooth transition from the first to second novel and continues to develop the same main characters while introducing some new ones/5.
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Get this from a library. A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow.: Tune is, Captain Ward. [William Thackeray; Thomas Passinger; J Clark;]. Get this from a library. A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow. Tune, Captain Ward.
Date between and Imprint: London, Printed by and for T. Norris, at the Looking-glass on London-bridge. Ballad - Roud Number: Title: A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow.
First Line: Strike up ye lusty gallants. Tune: Captain Ward. Several eighteenth-century editions of this text, titled “A Famous Sea-Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow” have an indicated tune of “’Twas When the Seas Were Roaring.” This tune is attributed to Handel and was used for a song of the same first line in John Gay’s farce The What D’ye Call.
The famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rain-bow. To the tune of Captain Ward. Abstract. 1 sheet ( p.): ns 4 of publication taken from Wing (2nd ed.)Reproduction of original in: British Library and University of Glasgow Library Reproduction of original in: British Library and University of.
This ballad was registered circa by W. Onley in London. It was registered as The Famous Sea-Fight between A famous sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow. Tune Ward and the Rainbow. To the tune of Captain Ward.
It also appears in a black letter ballad (broadside) in Bagford Ballads () as well as in the Pepys and Roxburghe Manuscripts. Tundra sang Captain Ward and the Rainbow in on their Sweet Folk and Country album A Kentish Garland. Dr Faustus sang Captain Ward in on their Fellside CD The First Cut.
Coope Boyes & Simpson recorded Ward the Pirate in for their album Triple Echo: Songs collected by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Kidson thought the girl’s ship was called The Rainbow due to some relationship between this song and the ballad about the Elizabethan pirate, Captain Ward, called A Famous Sea Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow.
Percy Grainger found similar sets in Lincolnshire; the song has often been found in the British tradition in differing forms. Maritime Lecture Series April 1, “The Use and Misuse of Nautical Paper and Electronic Charts & the New STCW95 ECDIS Standards” By Captain Robert Ward, Director, International Hydrographic.
Captain Ward. Traditional (Child ) Arranged by The Tannahill Weavers. As recorded by The Tannahill Weavers on Capernaum. Scots; Come, all ye jolly mariners: That love to tak' a dram: I'll tell ye o' a robber: That o'er the sea did come: He wrote a letter tae the king: On the eleventh of July.
Spiers & Boden perform their version of Captain Ward the pirate at Glastonbury Captain Ward Linda Morrison SeanDagher Nelson Carter Patrick Graham David Gossage Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag (Sea Shanty Edition.
Genealogy profile for Captain William Ward Captain William Ward ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Captain William Ward ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living en: Capt.
Meacox Ward, William Ward, Amy Towner, Mary Atwater, Ambrose Ward. ITMA is a national public reference archive and resource centre for the traditional song, instrumental music and dance of Ireland.
Compare also the modern Scottish folksong "Captain Ward" with the seventeenth-century "The Famous Sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow" (Child ). The broadsheets record the greatest pop hits of their era, and the better ones are still recognizable as classics, so that many are not forgotten even today.
An Account of a famous sea-fight, between Captain Ward a noted pirate, and His Majesty's ship called the Rainbow Published: () Lines composed on the execution of J. Clement's: who was shot for desertion, on Fort Independence, Feb. 18 having been four times pardoned, but having last deserted his post, was condemned to die.
The most prominent include A Christian Turn'd Turk by Robert Daborne, Nevves from Sea, Of two notorious Pyrats Ward the Englishman and Danseker the Dutchman, Captain Ward and the Rainbow, and A True and Certain Report of the Beginning, Proceedings, Overthrows, and Now Present Estate of Captain Ward and Danseker, the Two Late Famous Pirates from their First Setting forth to this Present Time by Andrew of operations: La Goulette, Tunis.
NOTE: Captain Ward was the son of Rear Admiral Norvell G. Ward, United States Navy. Valentine's Ridge: This is my account of the battle on Valentine's Ridge, which started on 14 February and continued to 15 February The song was published in under the title The Famous Sea-Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow.
Ward was a popular hero of ballads, the earliest of which was published inthe year of his death. There was even a contemporary play based on his life, The Christian Turned Turk. Naval Songs & Ballads - online book THE FAMOUS SEA-FIGHT BETWEEN CAPTAIN WARD AND THE RAINBOW.
To the Tune of Captain Ward, etc. Strike up, you lusty gallants, with musick and sound of drum: For we have descry'd a rover upon the sea is come; His name is Captain Ward.
Palmer- "The Famous Sea Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow" (1 text) Frank-Pirate 9, "Captain Ward" (1 text, #9 in the first edition); a "Captain Ward and the Rainbow" (1 text, 2 tunes, composite; #11 in the first edition).The Famous Sea-Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow was written after Ward was dead and his exploits had become legendary, but its popularity requires its insertion.
From Ward, Danseker, and others, the native seamen of the Barbary States learnt much. When they established themselves there, says Captain Smith, ' the Moors scarce knew how.Captain Thomas Spilman came to Virginia in or Two people were slain in at his plantation and he relocated in Elizabeth City and by was established with his wife and child born in Virginia and 4 servants.] Both CAPTAIN WARD and CAPTAIN BARGRAVE were among those granted patents in the year Parents: Grace Ward, Isabell Ward, John Ward, of Great Abington.