Luke Walsh et al. in Plymouth, Montserrat, Leeward Islands - 29 July, 1709
from 'America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711, pages 137-152:
Deposition of Sygismond Cooper, Mountserratt, July 28, 1710. On July 29, 1709, deponent kept a tavern in Plymouth [Mountserrat]. There were several gentlemen drinking a glass of wine in his house and singing harmless songs, when Ensign Luke Walsh came to the door with a drummer and best round about Cockolds for a considerable time, at which the company being very much incommonded, ordered deponent to shut the door. Walsh asked who dared to shut any door against him and drew his sword offering to stick his servant.
Cecil Headlam (ed.), 'America and West Indies: July 1710, 19-31' in Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 25, 1710-1711, volume 25 (London, 1924), p. 137-152. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1547138655032 accessed: 29 September, 2022
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|unspecified singing||performed by Gentlemen|
|Date/Time||29 July, 1709|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, outdoors, in public|
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