Edgar Alfred Bowring
Edgar Alfred Bowring (1826–1911) was a British translator, author and civil servant, serving as librarian and registrar to the Board of Trade (1848–1863), secretary to the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, and Liberal Member of Parliament for Exeter (1868–1874).
He translated various works of poetry from German into English.
- Free Trade and Its So-Called Sophisms: A Reply to 'Sophisms of Free Trade, etc., Examined by a Barrister' with Lord Vere Henry Hobart (1850)
- The Most Holy Book of Psalms Literally Rendered Into English Verse, According to the Prayer Book Version (1858)
- The Poems of Schiller (1851)
- The Poems of Goethe (1853)
- The Poems of Heine Complete (1861)
- The Works of Frederick Schiller, vol. 5: the poems of Schiller (1875)
- The Tragedies of Vittorio Alfieri (1876)
- The dramatic works of J. W. Goethe, translated from the German with Sir Walter Scott, and Anna Swanwick and others (1880)
- Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs [self-published source][better source needed]
- Cooper, Thompson (1884). "Bowring, Edgar Alfred". Men of the Time (eleventh ed.). London: George Routledge & Sons. p. 156.
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|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
The Viscount Courtenay
|Member of Parliament for Exeter
1868 – 1874
With: John Coleridge 1868–1873
Arthur Mills 1873–1874
John George Johnson
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