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Jacob Faithful, by Captain Frederick Marryat, simple contents
Jacob Faithful. ... Captain Frederick Marryat. “Jacob Faithful”. This book has been moved to Gutenberg · Home page for book · Home page for author ...
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Jacob Faithful by Frederick Marryat - Project Gutenberg
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The Online Books Page: Jacob Faithful, by Frederick Marryat
Jacob Faithful. Title: Jacob Faithful · Author: Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848. Link: HTML at Athelstane ...
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Jacob Faithful by Captain Marryat : Arthur's Classic Novels
"Jacob Faithful, draw near," were the first words which struck upon my tympanum the next morning, when I had taken my seat at the further end of the ...
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Brewer, E. Cobham. Dictionary of Phrase & Fable. Faithful,
Jacob Faithful. The hero of Captain Marryat’s novel so called. 2. Father of the faithful. Abraham (Rom. iv.; Gal. iii. 6–9). ...
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What does "shiver me timbers" mean and how did it originate?
It is first recorded as being used by Captain Frederick Marryat in Jacob Faithful in 1835: “I won’t thrash you Tom. Shiver my timbers if I do”. ...
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Japhet, in Search of a Father / Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848
1836), Marryat prepared his readers for its reception in the following words:-- "And having now completed 'Jacob Faithful,' we trust to the satisfaction of ...
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JSTOR: Victorian Keys to the Early Hemingway: Captain Marryat
In Jacob Faithful the father is similarly satirized for his oversimple stoical doctrines-"It's no use crying; what's done can't be helped"; "Take it coolly" ...