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TitleLetter from Rockingham, Wimbledon, to Sir John Wentworth
DescriptionComments on arrival of Sir William Howe following his leaving Philadelphia. Observes the sense and wisdom in the conduct of those who rule America. 'They have nothing now to fear from the force of this country. They may now calmly consider whether revenge would be good policy. It cannot be conceived that America now should precipitate itself into submission.'
Date2 Jul 1778
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