John Conroy Hutcheson (1840-1897) was a British author of novels
and short stories about life aboard ships at sea. He was born in
Jersey, Channel Islands, in 1840, and died in Portsea Island, in
late 1896 or early 1897. Some of his works with a nautical theme
include: On Board the Esmeralda (1885), The Wreck of the Nancy Bell
(1885), The Penang Pirate (1886), Fritz and Eric (1886), Tom
Finch's Monkey (1886), The White Squall (1887), The Island Treasure
(1889), Afloat at Last (1890), Young Tom Bowling (1896), Bob
Strong's Holidays (1897) and The Ghost Ship (1903).
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