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Birth:July 10 1792
Death:Aug 9 1848
Name:Frederick Marryat
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Text:"... FrederickMarryat, who has rendered his name so celebrated by the production of so many naval and other publications, amongst which may be mentioned the Ring's Own, and of a more recent date Peter Simple..."
Date:Nov 10 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with assaulting and beating Captain FrederickMarryat, who has rendered his name so celebrated by the production of so many naval and other publications, amongst which may be mentioned the King's Own, and of a more..."
Date:Nov 9 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... William Fitzroy, by the Dowager Duchess of Leeds. Mr. George Farren, by Jiord Saltoun. Mrs. FrederickMarryat, by Lady Mary Long. Miss PhiUimore, by her mother, Mrs. Phillimore. Mrs. Barnard, by Lady..."
Date:Mar 22 1833
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"....-One evening about sunset, Lieutenant FrederickMarryat was walking the quarter-deck, when one of the crew fell overboard. Marryat immediately jumped after him and saved him from drowning. On the following night..."
Date:Oct 16 1847
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...6 THE MAGNET, AGRICULTURAL, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY GAZETTE. litcrarg Notices. Life and Letters of Captain Marryat. By Florence Marryat (Mrs. Church). 2 Vols. FrederickMarryat was born in Westminster..."
Date:Nov 18 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of gentleman-like exterior, appeared before Air. Minshul and Mr. Halls on a warrant, which charged them with assaulting and beating Captain FrederickMarryat, who has rendered hie name so celebrated..."
Date:Nov 10 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...-in-chief at Lisbon. Lieut. Hugh Mallett Kinsman (1841), senior, son of the late Major Kinsman, R.M., and who, I believe, was the son-in-law of Rear Admiral Pasco. Lieut. FrederickMarryat (1845), the gallant son..."
Date:Jan 22 1848
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... Melrille Neale, his brother, young men of gentleman-like exterior, uppeared before Mr. Minshull and Mr. Halls on a warrant, which charged them with assaulting and beating Capt. FrederickMarryat, who has..."
Date:Nov 10 1834
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Hochanibeaii arrived at Newport to aid tlie Americans. -Congress decided to meet at Phlladelpiiia for ten years, and thereafter on the Potomac. -Captain FrederickMarryat. the famous writer of sea stories i..."
Date:July 10 1913
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:"... to dress ANSWERS TO FOREGOING QUESTIONS 1.Forty. 2.An ancient philosopher of Persia. whose name has been given to a religious^ sect.. - .. 3.FrederickMarryat. The concern that fails to advertise, fails..."
Date:May 29 1934
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., and becnmo more or less known to fame. These wero FrederickMarryat, R.N., the novelist ; Joseph Marryat. the author of ‘ Pottery and Porcelain;” Horace Marryat, of “One Year in Sweden,” and other works..."
Date:Jan 15 1888
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...- regular army, noted for victories er Slass. Pera, the Chnsuan suburb of Con- destroj ed by fire; over Er.e. between Buffalo and btirned, with lost- of 170 lives. FrederickMarryat. noiehst. died. KS2..."
Date:Aug 9 1894
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... is xldrcMtrd to the Tikiri-Herald'i Herein, 1913 Thirteenth Street, D. C. Q. Who wrote "Japhet in Search of a Father'1? A. FrederickMarryat, in 1836, author of the more famous book "Mr. Midshipman Easy." Q..."
Date:May 21 1940
Publication:Olean, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... in poetry of the highest order." (The answer to this last question, Mr. Press finds, is Capt. FrederickMarryat, fresh from a tour in Uiesc former colo- nies, wrote a book about his travels in 1839, in which..."
Date:May 4 1963
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... a Larger Lunacy Stephen Leacock The Tower oi Oblivion Oliver Onions Don the story of a lion dog Zane Grey Childrens Books Mr Midshipman Easy FrederickMarryat The Fighting Captan Wil liam Heyliger..."
Date:Sep 1 1928
Publication:Emporia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... 183i. FrederickMarryat, English naval officer and novelist, bom 1792; died 1848. Scipio .iSmilianus Afiicanas Minor, Roman gei»ral»bora 185 B. C. ; died 129 B. C. Robert Dudley, eail of Leicester..."
Date:Mar 9 1889
Publication:Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... destroyed by flro; loss over 820,000.(100, 1840-Steamer Krlo, trading botwoon Buffalo and Chicago, hurnod, with loss ot 170 lives. 1848-Captain FrederickMarryat, novelist, died; born 1702. 1873-Potomac river..."
Date:Aug 10 1894
Publication:Steubenville, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Trut One half of an English visitor's description of Troy Is good to- day as it was written 11J sgo. Capt. FrederickMarryat, novel- ist and naval officer, described Troy as a city "crowded with lum- ber..."
Date:Mar 8 1950
Publication:Troy, New York, United States of America
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