Thomas Alexander Browne

Browne, Thomas Alexander, pseud. Rolf Boldrewood (rōf bôlˈdərwŏdˌ, rôlf) [key], 1826–1915, Australian author. A squatter, a magistrate, and a commissioner in the gold fields, he wrote many books of life in Australia, such as Robbery under Arms (1888) and Ghost Camp (1902).

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