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Hugh Henry Brackenridge (1748–1816)

Brackenridge, Hugh Henry (brak’en-rij). A distinguished American lawyer and humorist; born near Campbelton, Scotland, 1748; died at Carlisle, PA, June 25, 1816. He was judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania (1799). He wrote: ‘Modern Chivalry, or the Adventures of Captain Farrago and Teague O’Regan, his Servant’ (1796–1806), a very popular satire.