THB BONNY SAILOR 0T.
bre was a rich merchant In Lierpod dl
He had but one daughter, few could her e la
Wither ral rolling cheeks ad her rolling
be Meldeep in love with her bonny malor boy.
hen the rich merchant came this for to na-
derstaud, t Ludl
Be wore he'd banish William toVandia
Be that she should herself destroy,
iar to marry young William, that' her boamn
l*he' one of the Aireen creatures that I d
he exceed all the girls in this country;
As she tripped through the grov e he often
did hg. [boy.
As her eart often beat for her bonny ailr
Mbe dressed herself up from the head to the
And entered as a cabinboy on board of the
As she stood in her cabin she oftentimes did
Nigh, [sailor boy.
Where there he stood gazing on her bonny
This day they an smiling on the watery main
While her friends broken hearted athome do
Her father would give two thousand pounds I.
or oe sight of hi daughter again to behold.
Whn they arrived in India land on that very
oe went to the captain and thus he did say,
SI as a U ir maid I will never deny,
I hft my own pamete for my bonny sailorboy
IThe *S d n together these lo did bring,
1he bads they did play oed the sailors d
Ike si (grety
e tooke to old Ireland they retnedl th
On te thmoughtr ofdyo n Wlloinm her bofy
ke when they arived at their cor'ohall.
oI down a thdr knees then two lovr did
Bayhg, fatbhe. deer, o may pice my heart
efue yft fSeW ree omse Wavam to part
When she bahe aw Iha, .xen he se Mi
Be look them In do arm and he di them
oal, toam o i rew morning your wedding
am bL brighs thusasnds your jtion sohal
M sow then true sm aare joined les. aMd
Wib lhrim bright LM ns at their eomen
is ca ls6ll0 thi'S ctat sad true.
Does ehcIge A bM sat a lier Me rpn.