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Page 1 – Sailor: “Stop my … here is a purse of gold for you only give me one Night’s lodgings With you.”
Lady: “Kiss My Sunday pocket you tarey harsed Buger A soldier for me”
At the bottom: Sketch of Drum Major 34th Regiment
Lines of Frigates, Men of War, Brigs of War and Sloops Culteurs
Text says: “A view of the Mouth of the River Nile and part of General Boneypart’s fleet the time he landed on that Country With the batreys that he made on the shore of Egypt and likewise a Batrey of Mortars on Bequire Island.” (This would have been 1783)
Drawing of 2 hunters and dogs. The tune at the top is “The Poor Little Sweep”.
Drawing of a Highland Officer, perhaps of the 91st or 93rd Regiments.
The Royal Standard of England
Words under each flag:
First Row: “English Instant Flag, French, Dutch, Spanish, Dains, Sweeds, Finanays, Hamborugh, Resea, Poeartuges, the Royal Compy Flag, Moors, Americkynes”
Second Row: “Union Jack, the kings Color for H.M. 34th Regt, the Regmental Color for H.M. 34th Regt ”
First page of ships within tunes with short text:
“time the Ingagement First began on our Coming to A Ancor With Boath Lines of Battle – the Ships Names and Rates for the Firs Day and Twise the Next – …”
Tunes “The Sark” and “Nacey Vorneen” (?)
British Ships on top; French Ships below
Text: “For Hanah Fowler to be left at Wm Chapmans kirkstead Near Tattershall LIncolnshire at Mr Clark’s Langon Mill near Horncastel”
Melodies for “The Evnig Star” and “Swansea Hornepipe”