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LAWRENCE, Eugene, author, born in New York city, 10 October, 1823. He was educated in part at Princeton, and graduated at New York university, studied law at Harvard, and practised for some time in New York city, but abandoned law for literature, and spent some time in the libraries of London and Paris. He has contributed to cyclopaedias and magazines, presented papers before the New York historical society, and published "Lives of the British Historians" (New York, 1855); "Historical Studies " (1877); and " Literary Primers" (1880). Among his contributions to periodical literature are many articles advocating the extension of the public school system and a higher range of gratuitous instruction. For many years he has been engaged on a " History of Rome."
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