MORDECAI MANUEL NOAH
\mˈɔːdɪkˌa͡ɪ manwˈɛl nˈə͡ʊʌ], \mˈɔːdɪkˌaɪ manwˈɛl nˈəʊʌ], \m_ˈɔː_d_ɪ_k_ˌaɪ m_a_n_w_ˈɛ_l n_ˈəʊ_ʌ]\
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An American lawyer, editor, and author; born in Philadelphia, July 14, 1785; died in New York, May 22, 1851. During his journalistic career in New York he was connected with seven newspapers. He made an unsuccessful attempt to found a Jewish colony on Grand Island, in the Niagara River. His chief works are: "The Siege of Tripoli" and "The Fortress of Sorrente", dramas; "Travels in England, France, and Spain" (1819); "Gleanings from a Gathered Harvest" (1845).
By Charles Dudley Warner