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  • Captain Frederick Wentworth's Persuasion

    Jane Austen's Classic Retold Through His Eyes

    (Disclaimer: This is not a new title. It is a reworking of "Captain Wentworth's Persuasion" from Ulysses Press.)The love affair behind Jane Austen's classic, Persuasion, rests at the heart of this retelling from Captain Frederick Wentworth's point of view.He loved her from the moment their eyes met some eight years prior, but Frederick Wentworth is determined to prove to Anne Elliot that she made ... Read more

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  • The Custer Fight; Capt. Benteen’s Story Of The Battle

    FOR THE FIRST TIME since he testified before the Reno Court of Inquiry, at Chicago, in 1879, Capt. F. W. Benteen, senior captain of Custer’s regiment, the famous 7th Cavalry, here relates the part he played in that most disastrous of Indian fights on American soil, over which more controversy has raged than over any other battle fought against the red man in the United States.Much of the account ... Read more

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  • The Phantom Ship

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  • A Sailor of King George: The Journals of Captain Frederick Hoffman, R.N., 1793-1814

    Frederick Hoffman was a member of the British Navy during the Napoleonic Era, which witnessed one of Britains greatest naval victories at Trafalgar. Understanding the history that he was a part of, Hoffman kept journals of his duty, and they have since become popular for their inside look at the British navy during the early 19th century. In his journals, Hoffman recounts daily life, the battle of ... Read more

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  • Complete Works of Captain Frederick Marryat (Delphi Classics)

    series Delphi Series Four #8
    An early pioneer of the sea story, Frederick Marryat also achieved fame as an author of children's novels, including the celebrated ‘The Children of the New Forest’. This comprehensive eBook presents Marryat’s complete fictional works, with numerous illustrations, rare texts appearing in digital print for the first time, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1)* ... Read more

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  • The Invasion of France, 1814

    Beset along the northern border of France by enemies that out-numbered him by at least five to one, where ordinary generals might have despaired, Napoleon went on to win a remarkable series of victories that recalled the rapidity of his brightest early campaigns. Although not enough to turn the tide of the Allies march on Paris, they are hugely important for the methods used by the Emperor in his ... Read more

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  • A Sailor of King George

    The Journals of Captain Frederick Hoffman, R.N.

    Includes a history of the H.M.S. Hannibal In a memorial presented in 1835 to the Lords of the Admiralty, the author of the journals which form this volume details his various services. He joined the Navy in October, 1793, his first ship being H.M.S. Blonde. He was present at the siege of Martinique in 1794, and returned to England the same year in H.M.S. Hannibal with despatches and the colours ... Read more

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  • Newton Forster

    The Merchant Service

    Newton Forster or, the Merchant Service was first published in 1832 . The book tells the story of the Master of a coastal brig in the Royal Navy, his adventures, shipwreck and love interests as well as a fictionalised account of the Battle of Pulo Aura in the Straits of Malacca. The Battle of Pulo Aura was a naval engagement of the Napoleonic Wars, fought on 14 February 1804, in which a large ... Read more

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  • Mr. Midshipman Easy

    Jack Easy, a midshipman in the Royal Navy, is a man with a particular socialistic philosophy, which he has adopted ironically from his wealthy father. More satirical comedy than treatise on economic philosophy, "Mr. Midshipman Easy" is a coming of age story of its title character, who while at sea befriends a lower deck seaman named Mesty, an escaped slave, who had been a prince in Africa. Mesty ... Read more

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  • Mr. Midshipman Easy

    Mr. Midshipman Easy written by Captain Frederick Marryat who was a Royal Navy officer, a novelist, and an acquaintance of Charles Dickens. This book was published in 1836. And now republish in ebook format. We believe this work is culturally important in its original archival form. While we strive to adequately clean and digitally enhance the original work, there are occasionally instances where ... Read more

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  • Under Foch's Command: A Tale of the Americans in France

    It was one of those glorious days which they enjoy so frequently west of the giant range of the Rocky Mountains, an exhilarating day when one rises from one's bed and issues into the open to discover a snap in the air. For spring was but just coming, and the mountains were still clad in snow and in hoar frost; the atmosphere positively sparkled, while the rays of the sun coming aslant through a ... Read more

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  • Under the Chinese Dragon: A Tale of Mongolia

    Mr. Ebenezer Clayhill was a man who impressed his personality upon one, so that those who had once obtained but a passing glimpse of him could not fail but recognise him, however long afterwards. 'Fust it's his nose what strikes yer,' had declared old Isaac Webster, when ensconced with his bosom friends of an evening down in the snug parlour of the 'Three Pigeons.' 'It's just the most almighty one ... Read more

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