Browne, F. G. (Francis George), 1907- : Pests and diseases of forest plantation trees: an annotated list of the principal species occurring in the British Commonwealth / by F.G. Browne; with a preface by M.V. Laurie.
Browne, Francis, 1757 or 1758- : On Sunday, August the 7th, 1791 : A charity sermon will be preached in the Parish Church of Stillorgan, by the Rev. Francis Browne, L.L.B. rector of Dunmore, and a collection made for the benefit of the Parish School of Stillorgan, wherein all the children of the parish of every denomination, (75 in Number) are taught arithmetic, writing, and reading; and the most necessitous of them clothed, and breakfast given to them during the severe season of winter. -Thirty -four girls have been tayght to few and knit.
Browne, Francis F. (Francis Fisher), 1843-1913 : The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln : A Narrative And Descriptive Biography With Pen-Pictures And Personal Recollections By Those Who Knew Him [electronic resource] / Francis F. Browne
Browne, Frederick W. : My Service in the U.S. Colored Cavalry : A Paper Read before the Ohio Commandery of the Loyal Legion, March 4, 1908 [electronic resource] / Frederick W. Browne
Browne, G., : The Complete valentine writer: or, The young men and maidens best assistant : Containing: a variety of pleasing verses calculated to crown with mirth and good humour the happy day which is called St. Valentine. Which the young of both sexes may read without blusing; and those of riper years find much pleasure and entertainment. Written by G. Browne, of the county of Middlesex, Miss Trueman, of the city of Norwich. Master John Atkinson, of Oxfordshire, Miss Reynolds, of Canterbury. Miss Peggy Collins, of the city of York, and Miss Long, of the city of Bath. Whose abilities are too well known to need any further encomium upon their productions.