FOSTER BARHAM ZINCKE
\fˈɒstə bˈɑːɹəm zˈɪŋk], \fˈɒstə bˈɑːɹəm zˈɪŋk], \f_ˈɒ_s_t_ə b_ˈɑː_ɹ_ə_m z_ˈɪ_ŋ_k]\
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An English religious and miscellaneous writer. He became vicar of Wherstead, near Ipswich, and chaplain-in-ordinary to the Queen. He wrote: "Last Winter in the United States" (1868); "The Egypt of the Pharaohs and of the Khedive" (new ed. 1873); "A Month in Switzerland" (1873); "The Swiss Germans" (1874); "A Walk in the Grisons" (1875); "The Plow and the Dollar". Died Aug. 23, 1893.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- organized by Continental Congress, October 28, 1779, from earlier more numerous Committee. consisted two members Congress five others and had charge of all naval marine affairs. It was abolished February 7, 1781, upon the creation Secretary Marine.