On this page
- A brave and noble Captain bright honours he has wore,
He brought the news of many ships to Wexford's gallant shore
From the stormy bays of Wexford
Where sunken treasure lies
And Wexford's noble lifeboat she resoned to the cries
All by the Captain's order's who gave a willing hand
And won his Captain's title, the best on Irish land.
The Tusker light 'twas shining bright
The moon 'twas clouded o'er
We ventured for the Keerogues near the point of Carnsore
We leaned down on the Keerogues to try what we could do
We picked up one survivor one of a life boat's crew
Our lives and all equipments were unfolded from ther stock(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.