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Under the Southern Cross Or Travels in Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Samoa, and Other Pacific Islands By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maturin Murray Ballou (April 14, 1820 – March 27, 1895) was... More > a writer and publisher in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. He co-founded Gleason's Pictorial, was the first editor of the Boston Daily Globe, and wrote numerous travel books and works of popular fiction.Ballou was born in Boston in 1820, to parents Hosea Ballou and Ruth Washburn. He attended The English High School, and although he passed the entrance exam for Harvard College, he did not attend. He married Mary Anne Roberts on Sept. 15, 1839; children included Murray Roberts Ballou (b. 1840).Starting around 1838, Ballou wrote for the Olive Branch, a weekly paper published in Boston. In addition to writing, he worked various jobs for the Boston Post Office, 1839 and the Boston Custom House, ca.1845. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maturin_Murray_Ballou< Less
Equatorial America Descriptive of a Visit to St. Thomas, Martinique, Barbadoes, and the Principal Capitals of South America By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maturin Murray Ballou (April 14, 1820 – March 27, 1895) was... More > a writer and publisher in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. He co-founded Gleason's Pictorial, was the first editor of the Boston Daily Globe, and wrote numerous travel books and works of popular fiction.Ballou was born in Boston in 1820, to parents Hosea Ballou and Ruth Washburn. He attended The English High School, and although he passed the entrance exam for Harvard College, he did not attend. He married Mary Anne Roberts on Sept. 15, 1839; children included Murray Roberts Ballou (b. 1840).Starting around 1838, Ballou wrote for the Olive Branch, a weekly paper published in Boston. In addition to writing, he worked various jobs for the Boston Post Office, 1839 and the Boston Custom House, ca.1845. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maturin_Murray_Ballou< Less
The Sea-Witch; Or, The African Quadroon: A Story of the Slave Coast By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maturin Murray Ballou (April 14, 1820 – March 27, 1895) was... More > a writer and publisher in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. He co-founded Gleason's Pictorial, was the first editor of the Boston Daily Globe, and wrote numerous travel books and works of popular fiction.Ballou was born in Boston in 1820, to parents Hosea Ballou and Ruth Washburn. He attended The English High School, and although he passed the entrance exam for Harvard College, he did not attend. He married Mary Anne Roberts on Sept. 15, 1839; children included Murray Roberts Ballou (b. 1840).Starting around 1838, Ballou wrote for the Olive Branch, a weekly paper published in Boston. In addition to writing, he worked various jobs for the Boston Post Office, 1839 and the Boston Custom House, ca.1845. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maturin_Murray_Ballou< Less
The Circassian Slave, or, the Sultan's favorite : a story of Constantinople and the Caucasus By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Maturin Murray Ballou (April 14, 1820 – March 27, 1895) was... More > a writer and publisher in 19th-century Boston, Massachusetts. He co-founded Gleason's Pictorial, was the first editor of the Boston Daily Globe, and wrote numerous travel books and works of popular fiction.Ballou was born in Boston in 1820, to parents Hosea Ballou and Ruth Washburn. He attended The English High School, and although he passed the entrance exam for Harvard College, he did not attend. He married Mary Anne Roberts on Sept. 15, 1839; children included Murray Roberts Ballou (b. 1840).Starting around 1838, Ballou wrote for the Olive Branch, a weekly paper published in Boston. In addition to writing, he worked various jobs for the Boston Post Office, 1839 and the Boston Custom House, ca.1845. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maturin_Murray_Ballou< Less
Fanny Campbell, The Female Pirate Captain A Tale of The Revolution By Maturin Murray Ballou
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Pearls of Thought By Maturin Murray Ballou
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