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Browning Memorial Services.

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The memorial services to Robert Browning were held yesterday afternoon in King's Chapel under the auspices of the Browning Society of Boston. There was a large audience present, among whom were many Harvard men. The opening address was delivered by Colonel T. W. Higginson, the prayer by Professor F. G. Peabody, the memorial address by Professor Charles C. Everett, and the benediction by Rev. Phillips Brooks. Three songs were sung by W. J. Winch, two written by Browning himself and one by his wife. The services were most interesting in every way.

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