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Peder Harboe Friman (1752–1839)

Friman, Peder Harboe (frē’män). A Danish poet, brother of Klaus; born in Selloe, Nov. 19, 1752; died in Copenhagen, Sept. 31, 1839. He also exploited Hornelen in a pleasing metrical description (1777). He wrote odes, and a poem, ‘St. Sunniva’s Cloister,’ of much beauty.