1783, Feb 21815, Feb 1
an English essayist, poet and lawyer. In 1810 he began to show signs of tuberculosis, and for the sake of his health spent the two following years in southern Europe. Bowdler engaged in literary pursuits during his illness, and in 1816 his father published his Select Pieces in Prose and Verse (2 vols.) This book contained a memoir and the journal kept by Bowdler during his tour of 1810 - 1812, as well as an exposition of Dugald Stewart's philosophical theories and religious essays and poems. I
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