By Trevor Fawcett
Issue 13, Summer 2005 pp 25-28
‘Admiral Keppel’s trial for cowardice in 1779 made him one of the most talked-about naval figures of the age. The political ramifications of his recovery and reinstatement as a popular Whig hero are well-known; much less familiar however, is the enormous impact the affair had upon Georgian Bath. Trevor Fawcett probes the local angle’.
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