Comparing the .35 and .356 is notable and the .356 should be reintroduced as a better chamber and headspace alternative to the wrinkle they headspace the .35 on. Them two are pretty much the same as bullet wgt and speed are concerned.
Comparing either to the .375 is notable but then if you kept the 200 gn bullets the .375 though leaving the muzzle faster will drop like a rock sectional density being the killer. .375 comes into it's nich with 250gn and above.
Most foolish thing Marlin did was chamber it with the fast twist bbl instead of the slower twist of it's twin the 38-55 it was not needed and impeded the performance of the high intensity loadings.