Nolan, Philip

Nolan, Philip

treasonous man sentenced to live remainder of life at sea. [Am. Lit.: Man Without a Country]

Nolan, Philip

long banished, he comes at last to passionately love the United States before his death. [Am. Lit.: Hale The Man Without a Country in Magill I, 553]

Nolan, Philip

deserts the U.S. Army to join Burr’s conspiracy. [Am. Lit.: Hale The Man Without a Country in Magill I, 553]
See: Treason

Nolan, Philip

transferred from ship to ship; never lands. [Am. Lit.: “The Man Without a Country” in Benét, 632]
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At least one rung below them, though, there are plenty more new kids on the block who could turn out to be the stars of tomorrow, among them Colin Haddon, Paddy Mathers, Derek Nolan, Philip Makin and Dean Williams.