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BROWNE, Irving, lawyer, born in Marshall, Oneida County, New York, 14 September, 1835. He was educated in the academies in Nashua, New Hampshire, and Norwich, Connecticut, and graduated from Albany Law-School in 1857. Mr. Browne settled in Troy, and there followed his profession, becoming for two terms president of the school board. In 1879 he removed to Albany, and became editor of the " AI-bany Law Journal" and the "American Reports." Besides his editorial work, he has published an English metrical translation of "The Suitors," from Racine (New York, 187"1); "Humorous Phases of the Law" (San Francisco, 1875);" Our Best Society," a parlor comedy (New York, 1876); "Short Studies of Great Lawyers" (Albany, 1878); "Judicial Interpretation of Common Words and Phrases" (San Francisco, 1883);" Law and Lawyers in Literature" (Boston, 1883); and " Iconoclasm and Whitewash" (New York, 1885).
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