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This news was brought to England

With all the speed might be,
And soon our gracious queen was told

Of this fame victory:
O this is brave lord Willoughbey,

My love that ever won,
Of all the lords of honour

'Tis he great deeds hath done.

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To fight with foraign enemies,

And set our nation free:
And thus I end the bloody bout

Of brave lord Willoughbey.

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He was a braw gallant,

And he rid at the ring;
And the bonny earl of Murray,

Oh! he might hae been a king's
He was a braw gallant,

And he playd at the ba';
And the bonny earl of Murray

Was the flower antong them all.

He was a braw gallant,

And he playd at the gluve;
And the bonny earl of Murray,

Oh! he was the queenes luve.

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Then tooke shee her fword and her targett in hand,
And mounting the walls all undaunted did stand,
There daring the captaines to match any three:
O what a brave captaine was Mary Ambree!

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