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 Ruskin, John, LL.D.Russell, Sir William Howard, Knt., LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Russell, William Clark
 
(b. New York, February 24th, 1844). “John Holdsworth” (1874); “The Wreck of the Grosvenor;” “A Sailor’s Sweet-heart” (1880) “An Ocean Free Lance” (1881). “The Lady Maud” (1882). “A Sea Queen” (1883), “Sailors’ Language” (1883), “On the Fo’k’sle Head” (1884), “Jack’s Courtship” (1884), “A Strange Voyage” (1885), “A Voyage to the Cape” (1886), “The Golden Hope” (1887); “The Frozen Pirate” (1887), “The Death Ship” (1888), “William Dampier a Biography” (1889), “Betwixt the Forelands Essays” (1889), “Marooned” (1889), “An Ocean Tragedy” (1890), “My Shipmate Louise” (1890); “Horatio Nelson,” in collaboration (1890), “Collingwood,” a biography (1891), “My Danish Sweet-heart” (1891); “Master Rockafellar’s Voyage” (1891), “A Marriage at Sea” (1891), “Mrs. Dines’ Jewels” (1892), “Alone on a Wide, Wide Sea” (1892); “A Strange Elopement” (1892); “List, ye Landsmen” (1893), “The Emigrant Ship” (1893), “The Convict Ship” (1893); “The Tragedy of Ida Noble” (1893), “The Phantom Death,” etc. (1895), etc   1
 


 Ruskin, John, LL.D.Russell, Sir William Howard, Knt., LL.D. 

 
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