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BROWNE, Sara H., author, born in Sunderland, Massachusetts. She has published "The Book for the Eldest Daughter," " The Borrowed Bible," " Philip Alderton," "Maggie Menealy," and other volumes for the young; also "A Manual of Commerce," and magazine articles in prose and poetry. Her sister, Maria died B., in Northampton, Massachusetts, became a teacher by profession, devoting herself to the study of Spanish and other languages, and writing extensively for magazines and newspapers. She has published "Margaret." "Laura Huntley," and "Story of a Western Sunday-School," and translated into Spanish "The Borrowed Bible," written by her sister, and two other small volumes. She translated from the Spanish "A History of Granada," by Jose Francisco de Luque.
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