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BOWES, JOHN (–), preacher, was born at Swineside, Coverdale, in Coverham parish, Yorkshire, on 12 Junethe son of parents in very humble circumstances. While still in his teens he began preaching, first among the Wesleyans, then as a primitive methodist minister.
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But with this as a substratum, notices of striking scenes, of extraordinary events and noted contemporaries, may be superadded to form a memorial worth. John Bowes (–), was an English preacher. Life. Bowes was born at Swineside, Coverdale, in Coverham parish, Yorkshire, on 12 Juneson parents of very humble circumstances.
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The novel is set in 19th century Europe and 20th and 21st centuries America, times and places linked by the majestic opera.“Autobiography, which is worth the name, is serious and truthful self study”.6 All the above definitions suggest that autobiography is life-history.
It is a biography of the individual written by himself. It covers an important phase of a person’s life.
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