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Browne, Charles Farrar

Born: 1834 AD
Died: 1867 AD

1834 – Browne was born in Waterford, Maine on the 23rd of April.

1858 – He published in the Cleveland Plaindealer the first of the "Artemus Ward" series, which in a collected form achieved great popularity in both America and England.

1860 – He became editor of Vanity Fair magazine, a humorous New York weekly, which proved a failure.

1866 – Ward visited England, where he became exceedingly popular both as a lecturer and as a contributor to Punch magazine.

1867 – He died of tuberculosis at Southampton on the 6th of March.