Bartle Frere

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In 1862, Sir Bartle Frere, the Bombay governor who transformed a provincial city into 'urbs prima in Indis', laid the foundations of William Tracey's Palladian building, a surprising choice of style given the prevailing gothic mania.
Bartle Frere begged his underage victims to send him naked pictures of themselves, repeatedly told them he loved them and texted one to say he liked "big boys", it was claimed.
Another missed opportunity in Gilwern is the birth place of Sir Bartle Frere who was a leading opponent of slavery in East Africa at the time of Livingstone.