\ɹˈɒlf bˈə͡ʊldɹuːˌʊd], \ɹˈɒlf bˈəʊldɹuːˌʊd], \ɹ_ˈɒ_l_f b_ˈəʊ_l_d_ɹ_uː_ˌʊ_d]\
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pseudonym of Thomas Alexander Browne. An Australian author; born in England in 1827. He is a son of Capt. Sylvester J. Browne, a founder of Melbourne, Australia. He was educated in Sidney 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".
By Charles Dudley Warner