George Augustus Addison (Calcutta, 1792—Java, about January 1815) was the author of collected works published posthumously under the title, Indian Reminiscences, or the Bengal Moofussul Miscellany, in London by Edward Bull in 1837. A young man of high promise, he died prematurely in India of a fever. His knowledge of languages, his mathematical and classical attainments, his excellent qualities, and his religious character, are all highly extolled in the introduction to that work.
From Indian Reminiscences:Educated Hackney School LondonSecretary To J S Raffles later Sir Stamford Raffles Governer of Java
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