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Addison Brown

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  1. an American lawyer and judge

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  2. born 1830-?

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  3. born at West Newbury, Massachusetts, and was educated at Amherst College and Harvard College and Law School, graduating from the latter in 1854

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  4. Admitted to the bar of New York in 1855, he practiced there with success until 1881, when he was appointed judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

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  5. This office he filled until 1901, when he resigned

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  6. His judicial opinions, upward of 1800 in number, dealing largely with the law of shipping, admiralty, extradition, and bankruptcy, are printed in The Federal Reporter, volumes viii-cxv

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