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 Marlowe, ChristopherMarryat, Captain Frederick 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Marryat, Florence
 
(now Mrs. Lean) (b. Brighton, 1837). “For Ever and Ever” (1866); “Véronique” (1869); “Life and Letters of Captain Marryat” (1872); “Her Father’s Name” (1876); “A Harvest of Wild Oats” (1877); “With Cupid’s Eyes” (1881); “How She Loved Him” (1882); “Facing the Footlights” (1883); “The Master Passion” (1886); “On Circumstantial Evidence” (1889); “Mount Eden” (1889); “Blindfold” (1890); “There is no Death” (1891); “Miss Harrington’s Husband” (1891); “How Like a Woman” (1892); “The Nobler Sex” (1892); “The Hampstead Mystery” (1893); “Parson Jones” (1893); “The Beautiful Soul” (1894); “A Bankrupt Heart” (1894); “The Spirit World” (1894), etc.   1
 


 Marlowe, ChristopherMarryat, Captain Frederick 

 
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