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Spell check of merchantman

Correct spelling: merchantman

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Examples of usage:

1) Although she is at a great distance, yet I can make her out not to be a merchantman; and, besides, what does she mean by steering direct for us? - "Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX", Alexander Leighton.

2) Let us assume that everyone knows how James Cook, son of a superior farm labourer in Yorkshire, at thirteen years of age apprenticed to a fishing village shopkeeper, ran away to sea in a Whitby collier, and presently got himself properly apprenticed to her owners, two Quaker brothers named Walker, and how at twenty- seven years of age, when he had become mate of a small merchantman, he determined to anticipate the hot press of May, 1755, and so at Wapping volunteered as A. B. on board His Majesty's ship Eagle. - "The Naval Pioneers of Australia", Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery.

3) The Viceroy pretended to believe that the ship was a merchantman, and not a king's ship, and therefore wanted her to comply with certain port regulations which Cook was of opinion did not become the dignity of his commission. - "The Naval Pioneers of Australia", Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery.