Author: Emily Harriett Bowles
Author: Emily Harriett Bowles (1821–1904)
Biography: Emily Bowles came from a wealthy family in Abingdon, Berkshire. Her brother was the Roman Catholic convert Frederick Bowles and she herself converted in 1843. Bowles met Cardinal Newman in 1840 and kept up a life-long correspondence with the prelate. She wrote and translated fiction.
References: RLF (case number 2117); Edward Short, Newman and his Contemporaries (T. & T. Clark, 2011)
- St. Martha's Home: or, Work for Women. 1 vol. Dublin: James Duffy, 1864.
- Irish Diamonds: or, A Chronicle of Peterstown. 1 vol. London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 1864.
- French Eggs in an English Basket. 1 vol. London: Burns and Oates, 1872.
- In the Camargue. 1 vol. London: Smith, Elder, 1873.