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Salt-Water Poems and Ballads is a book of poetry on themes of seafaring and maritime history by John Masefield.It was first published in 1916 by Macmillan, with illustrations by Charles Pears. Many of the poems had been published in Masefield’s earlier collections, Salt-Water Ballads (1902), Ballads (1903) and Ballads and Poems (1910). They were included in The Collected Poems of John.

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