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Definitions of FREDERICK MARRYAT
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A famous English novelist; born in London, July 10, 1792; died at Langham, Norfolk, Aug. 9, 1848. Entering the British navy in 1806, he became commander in 1815; and was serving on the St. Helena station at the time of Napoleon's death. Among his best-known works were: "Frank Mildmay" (1829); "The King's Own" (1830); "Peter Simple" (1834); "Mr. Midshipman Easy" (1836); "Japhet in Search of a Father" (1836); "Masterman Ready" (1841).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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