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Published by R. Bentley: [etc., etc.] in London .
Written in English


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Added to t.-p., illus.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.M349 Ne 2, PR4977 Ne 2
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p.l., 383 p.
Number of Pages383
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6984605M
LC Control Number07017576
OCLC/WorldCa29087139

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Newton Forster, the master of a coastal brig, is illegally pressed into the Royal Navy. Through a variety of maneuvers, however, he winds up on an East Indiaman where he undergoes a series of adventures with the Bombay Marine-the East India Company's private military arm. Included are shipwrecks, escapes, and love interests as he eventually. name throughout the book.] Newton Forster; OR, The Merchant Service * * * * * Chapter I "And what is this new book the whole world makes such a rout about?Oh! 'tis out of all plumb, my lord,quite an irregular thing; not one of the angles at the four corners was a right angle. I had. When Newton Forster and his father arrived at London, they put up at an obscure inn in the Borough. The next day, Newton set off to discover the residence of his uncle. The people of the inn had recommended him to apply to some stationer or bookseller, who would allow him to look over a red-book; and, in compliance with these instructions. "Newton Forster" was published in , the third book to flow from Marryat's pen. It was the first of his nautical books in which the hero is not in the Royal Navy. This e text was transcribed in by Nick Hodson, and was reformatted in NEWTON FORSTER, OR THE MERCHANT SERVICE, BY CAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT. VOLUME ONE, CHAPTER ONE.