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MACKIE, John Milton, author, born in Ware-ham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, 19 December, 1813. He was graduated at Brown in 1832, and studied at the University of Berlin, Germany, in 1833-'4. On his return to this country he was tutor from 1835 till 1838 in the former institution. Besides contributing to the "North American," "American Whig," and "Christian" reviews chiefly papers relating to German history and literature, Mr. Mackie has published " Life of Godfrey William yon Leibnitz " (Boston, 1845); and "Life of Samuel Gorton" in Sparks's "American Biography" (1848) ; "Cosas de Espana, or Going to Madrid via Barcelona" (New York, 1848); "Life of Schamyl, the Circassian Chief" (1856); "Life of Tai-Ping-Wang, Chief of the Chinese Insurrection " (1857) ; and "From Cape Cod to Dixie and the Tropics " (1864).
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