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There is also a great use of Latin phrases to describe the action, most of which, fortunately, are little more than dog Latin i.
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This e text was transcribed in by Nick Hodson, and was reformatted in , and again in As many of the events which will be my province to record, are singular and even startling, I may be permitted to sport a little moral philosophy, drawn from the kennel in Lower Thames Street, which may teach my readers to hesitate ere they condemn as invention mere matters of absolute, though uncommon fact.
Let us stand with that old gentleman under the porch of Saint Magnus's Church, for the rain is thrashing the streets till they actually look white, and the kennel before us is swelled into a formidable, and hardly fordable brook.
That kennel is the stream of life and a dirty and a weary one it is, if we may judge by the old gentleman's looks. All is hurried into that common sewer, the grave!
What bubbles float down it! Everything that is fairly in the middle of the stream seems to sail with it, steadily and triumphantly and many a filthy fragment enters the sewer with a pomp and dignity not unlike the funeral obsequies of a great lord.
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But my business is with that little chip; by some means it has been thrust out of the principal current, and, now that it is out, see what pranks it is playing. How erratic are its motions! The same phenomenon will happen in life. Once start a being out of the usual course of existence, and many and strange will be his adventures ere he once more be allowed to regain the common stream, and be permitted to float down, in silent tranquillity, to the grave common to all.
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About seven o'clock in the evening of the 20th of February, 17 , a post chaise with four horses drove with fiery haste up to the door of the Crown Inn, at Reading. His father, Joseph Marryat, was descended from Huguenots who had taken refuge in England following the St.
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Frederick's grandfather was Dr. Thomas Marryat, an extremely eccentric physician, who had died, impoverished, in Bristol just before Frederick's birth. Frederick's father Joseph, however, was very wealthy, partly by inheritance and marriage, and partly by his own endeavours.
They lived in Wimbledon, and sent their second son — Frederick — to Mr.
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Freeman's private school at Ponders End, now a district of North London. Frederick was very interested in the sea, and tried several times to run away to it. In September of that year he joined the frigate Imperieuse, 38 guns, as a midshipman, where Lord Cochrane, later Earl of Dundonald, was Captain. During his time in Imperieuse the young Marryat saw a great deal of action, which is told more fully in an article by Mike Phillips.
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This period ended with an attack led by Lord Chatham on Antwerp which failed; Marryat caught a malarial fever from the marsh air, which affected his lungs, and which subsequently was to make him seriously ill on a number of occasions. About this time he wrote articles suggesting that the Navy could find a better way than impressment for recruiting its men, but these were badly received. They had four sons and seven daughters, but three of the sons died before Frederick did, and the last one died young in He resigned from the Navy on the grounds of "private affairs" in He had already completed the manuscript of "The King's Own," and he now wrote and published "The Naval Officer, or Scenes and Adventures in the Life of Frank Mildmay," for which he was well paid, and which launched his literary career.
This property was an expensive one to maintain, but he retained it till his death, and was buried just near the west door of Langham church.
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Marryat enjoyed an expensive style of life, travelling between London, Brighton — the centre of Regency Buck Society — and Langham. He also stayed for a year or so in Brussels, and travelled extensively in America during He finally settled at Langham in , where he died on 8th August We also provide a plain TEXT version and full instructions for using this to make your own audiobook. These transcriptions of books by various nineteenth century authors of instructive books for teenagers, were made during the period to the present day by Athelstane e-Books.
Most of the books are concerned with the sea, but in any case all will give a good idea of life in the nineteenth century, and sometimes earlier than that.
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This of course includes attitudes prevalent at the time, but frowned upon nowadays. We then made a pdf which we used to assist with editing the OCRed text.