Letter from Henry Woodd Nevinson to Roger Casement regarding Casement's ill health and the false notice of his appointment from the Foreign Office, his distrust in Morel, and England's treatment of Ireland,
1912 Dec. 19.
|Main Creator:||Nevinson, Henry Woodd, 1856-1941|
Nevinson goes on to say regarding the treatment of people by others; "But indeed the whole human race is so vile that I can't imagine why it was evolved or why it should continue. If only it had stopped at the lowest monkey stage, what an infinitely pleasanter and nobler life the world would be enjoying now!".
Letter is written on "From Henry W. Nevinson, / 4, Downside Cresent, / Hampstead, N.W." headed paper.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).