See also:English novelist, was the son of an Anglo-
See also:Indian official . In 1809 he entered the
See also: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
See also:Waltham Abbey, and wrote several nautical novels on the lines popularized by
See also:Marryat, that had considerable success . These were The
See also:Life of a Sailor (1832),
See also:Brace (1836), The
See also:Arethusa (1837),
See also:Adams (1838), Tom Bowling (1841) and Jack Malcolm's
See also:Log (1846) . He wrote a number of otherbooks, and edited and brought down to 1827
See also:History (1837) .
SEBASTIEN ROCH NICOLAS CHAMFORT (1741-1794)
CHAMILLART MICHEL (1652–1721)
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