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Frances Browne (1816–1879)

Brown, Frances. An Irish poet; born in Stranorlar, County Donegal, Ireland, in 1816. She was called “The Blind Poetess of Ulster,” and wrote ‘The Star of Attéghéi and Other Poems’ (London, 1844), and ‘Lyrics and Miscellaneous Poems’ (1847).