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CHAMBERLIN, Brown, Canadian journalist, born in Frelighsburg, province of Quebec, 26 March, 1827. He was graduated at McGill College, Montreal, in 1850, and received from it the degree of District of Columbia L. in 1867. He was admitted to the bar of Lower Canada in 1850, and began practice in Montreal. Conjointly with this, he entered upon journalistic work on the Montreal "Gazette." In 1867 he was elected to the house of commons for Missis-quoi, and represented that constituency till 1870, when he was appointed queen's printer. He has been a colonel of militia, and for repelling a body of Fenian invaders at Eccles Hill, in 1870, he was created a companion of the order of St. Michael and St. George.
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