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Crammond Kennedy (1842–1918)

Kennedy, Crammond. An American lawyer and miscellaneous writer; born at North Berwick, Scotland, 1842; died in 1918. He came to New York (1856), became known as the boy preacher, served as chaplain in the Civil War, was managing editor of the Christian Union (1870), and after 1878 practiced law at Washington, DC. He wrote ‘Corn in the Blade’ (1860), verse; ‘Liberty of the Press’ (1876), a prize essay; ‘The Capture of Aguinaldo.’