2 edition of king"s own ; The pirate ; The three cutters found in the catalog.
king"s own ; The pirate ; The three cutters
by Frederick J. Quimby in Boston
|Statement||by Frederick Marryat ; with introduction by W.L. Courtney.|
|Series||Works of Marryat|
|Contributions||Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848., Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.|
|LC Classifications||PR4977 .K5x 1896|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. in 1 :|
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Free shipping for many products. The kings own; The pirate, and The three cutters. By: Captain Frederick Marryat, introduction By: W. Courtney ( – 1 November ).: Novel (Illustrated. The Pirate is the story of two brothers separated at birth, one joins the navy; the other is thought lost and adopted by a pirate, but not a pirate himself.
They are reunited when the navy brother hunts down the pirate. The Three Cutters is the story of a smuggler, a pleasure yacht, and a revenue schooner and what happens when they all cross paths/5.
The King's Own by Frederick Marryat. The plot takes place about the time of the Nore and Spithead mutinies (). The kings own; The pirate, and The three cutters: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Masterman Ready (Book Twelve of the Marryat Cycle).
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English: Identifier: piratethreecutte00marr (find matches) Title: The pirate, and The three cutters Year: Authors: Marryat, Frederick, Stanfield, Clarkson,ill Subjects: Publisher: London: Bohn Contributing Library: University of California Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog EntryAuthor: Internet Archive Book Images.
The King's Pirate is a American pirate film directed by Don Weis and starring Doug McClure, Jill St. John and Guy Stockwell. It is a remake of the film Against All Flags.
5 External links. A British naval officer volunteers for a dangerous mission to infiltrate the base of pirates who threaten shipping off ed by: Don Weis. The Pirate and Three Cutters. Marryat, Captain. Published by Milner & Company, London. Used. Author's edn/King's Own edn. 8vo.
Original gilt and white decorated blue cloth, top edge gilt (bumped at head of spine, slight indentation at centre of spine, gilt slightly dulled at spine and on top edge, spotted on upper board), no. Consists of Peter Simple; The Kings Own, Frank Mildmay Mr Midshipman Easy Jacob Faithful, The Dog Fiend, Percival Keene, Japhet in search of a Father, Raltlin the Reefer, Newton Forster, The Poacher.
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Stevenson) Captain Blood (Rafael Sabatini) Sea Hawk. Directed by Don Weis. With Doug McClure, Jill St. John, Guy Stockwell, Mary Ann Mobley. A Royal Navy officer, posing as a deserter, joins a crew of pirates in an effort to infiltrate and destroy from within the notorious pirate stronghold of Diego Suarez/10().
Principal_books_by_Captain_Marryat Identifier-ark ark://t7mp53c46 Location Early nineteenth century; the sea (mainly) Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Rights We used a Plustek OpticBook scanner to scan the pages.
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