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date: 15 October 2019

Bowman, Walterlocked

  • Gordon Goodwin
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Bowman, Walter (1699–1782), tutor and antiquary, was the son of Walter Bowman of Logie in Fife. He travelled extensively in Italy, both on his own and with successive pupils. He was tutor to Samuel Rolle on the latter's grand tour of 1724–5, and was enrolled at ...

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