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Thomas Alexander Browne (Rolf Boldrewood) (1826–1915)

Browne, Thomas Alexander (Rolf Boldrewood). An Australian author; born in England in 1827; died in 1915; son of Capt. Sylvester J. Browne, a founder of Melbourne, Australia. He was educated in Sydney College, and has written: ‘Ups and Downs: a Story of Australian Life’ (London, 1879); ‘Robbery under Arms: Life and Adventures in the Bush’ (1888); ‘A Squatter’s Dream Story’ (1890); ‘A Modern Buccaneer’; ‘In Bad Company.’