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Ambrose Serle

Civilian Secretary

Philadelphia Campaign Howe

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www.revwarhome.com

Toward the end of the Philadelphia Campaign Howe's civilian secretary, Ambrose Serle, commented that the "Hessians are more infamous and cruel than any.


www.genealogyandfamilyhistory.com

Ambrose Serle, secretary to Admiral Richard Lord Howe, noted that the document "…proclaims the villainy and madness of these deluded people.


www.bernardcornwell.net [cached]

One of the things as an American I most enjoyed were the British observations from persons such as Ambrose Serle, a civilian secretary to Lord Admiral Howe.
Regarding the Declaration of Independence he wrote "The villany and the madness of these deluded people...A more impudent, false, and atrocious proclamation was never fabricated by the hands of man." 1776 is very well written, and best of all avoids being long and boring, which so many historical works seem to often be.


www.sharpebooks.com [cached]

One of the things as an American I most enjoyed were the British observations from persons such as Ambrose Serle, a civilian secretary to Lord Admiral Howe.Regarding the Declaration of Independence he wrote "The villany and the madness of these deluded people...A more impudent, false, and atrocious proclamation was never fabricated by the hands of man." 1776 is very well written, and best of all avoids being long and boring, which so many historical works seem to often be.


www.rwfia.org [cached]

22nd - Ambrose Serle, secretary to Lord Howe, wrote in his journal: "I now look upon the Contest as at an End.


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