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by Mary S. Austin
Austin, Mary S. (Mary Stanislas); Vreeland, Helen Kearny. Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832. New York, A. Wessels company. guttering was tight through out the book tape on pages 19 20 69.
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Austin, Mary Stanislas. Freneau, Philip Morin. New York : A. Wessels Co. Collection.
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Through his newspaper, the National Gazette, he was a strong critic of George Washington. Freneau was born in New York City, the oldest of the five children of Huguenot wine merchant Pierre Freneau and his Scottish wife. Philip was raised in Matawan, New Jersey.
Freneau was born in New York. Freneau was born in New York. He produced 2 volumes of verse, the most considerable contribution to poetry made up to that date in America. He fought in the Revolutionary War, was taken prisoner, and confined in a British prison-ship, the arrangements of which he bitterly satirised in "The British Prison Ship" (1781).
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