1798, Feb 211844, Sep 15
an English functionary and writer on church matters. He was a close friend of John Henry Newman, who described their relationship in his Apologia. To Hugh James Rose's British Magazine he contributed six of the 178 hymns that in 1836 were collected as Lyra Apostolica. In the spring of 1840 he published his Life of Gregory the Seventh. He proposed to write, but never produced, a Life of St. Boniface, which in 1843 was announced as in preparation. Bowden's only publication in 1843 was A few Remarks on Pews. A posthumous publication in 1845 was Thoughts on the Work of the Six Days of Creation.
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