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FREDERICK CHAMIER (1796–1870)

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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 825 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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FREDERICK CHAMIER (1796–1870), English novelist, was the son of an Anglo-Indian official. In 1809 he entered the navy, and was in active service until 1827. He retired in 1833, and was promoted to be captain in 1856. On his retirement he settled near Waltham Abbey, and wrote several nautical novels on the lines popularized by Marryat, that had considerable success. These were The Life of a Sailor (1832), Ben Brace (1836), The Arethusa (1837), Jack Adams (1838), Tom Bowling (1841) and Jack Malcolm's Log (1846). He wrote a number of otherbooks, and edited and brought down to 1827 James's Naval History (1837).
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