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Captain Frederick Marryat (10 July 1792 – 9 August 1848) was a Royal Navy officer, a novelist, and an acquaintance of Charles Dickens. He is noted today as an early pioneer of nautical fiction, particularly for his semi-autobiographical novel Mr Midshipman Easy (1836). He is remembered also for his children's novel The Children of the New Forest (1847), and for a widely used system of maritime flag signalling known as Marryat's Code.

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London : Henry Froude, Oxford University Press, [1910]
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[London, England] : Strato Publications, [195-?]
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Melbourne : Braille Writers' Association of Victoria, 1938
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London, Richard Bentley : Edinburgh ; Bell and Bradfute : Dublin : J. Cumming, 1838
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London ; Sydney : Shakespeare Head Press, [1949?]
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