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These are correspondences of 194 letters to Walpole from Conway and from his wife, Lady Ailesbury (as well as one from his sister Mrs. Harris); most of them printed here for the first time. The letters first published in this correspondence amplify and modify the accepted public image of Conway as a fearless soldier and perceptive statesman who saw that it was impossible t These are correspondences of 194 letters to Walpole from Conway and from his wife, Lady Ailesbury (as well as one from his sister Mrs. Harris); most of them printed here for the first time. The letters first published in this correspondence amplify and modify the accepted public image of Conway as a fearless soldier and perceptive statesman who saw that it was impossible to subjugate the American colonies.


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These are correspondences of 194 letters to Walpole from Conway and from his wife, Lady Ailesbury (as well as one from his sister Mrs. Harris); most of them printed here for the first time. The letters first published in this correspondence amplify and modify the accepted public image of Conway as a fearless soldier and perceptive statesman who saw that it was impossible t These are correspondences of 194 letters to Walpole from Conway and from his wife, Lady Ailesbury (as well as one from his sister Mrs. Harris); most of them printed here for the first time. The letters first published in this correspondence amplify and modify the accepted public image of Conway as a fearless soldier and perceptive statesman who saw that it was impossible to subjugate the American colonies.

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