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The delegates got on the road, and in the course of the next month completed their tour of the states, though John Rutledge and George Clymer, the emissaries to the South, did not get further than Virginia.
General Lincoln and South Carolina governor John Rutledge there prevailed upon him to join in a coordinated attempt to retake Savannah.
John Rutledge of South Carolina, the latter to become afterwards
At the same time, some who had aligned themselves with Morris early on, like John Rutledge and Samuel Osgood, now began backing away from the Nationalist program.
Dr. Holbrook's wife, a direct descendant of John Rutledge of our revolutionary history, not only shared her husband's intellectual life, but had herself rare mental qualities, which had been developed by an unusually complete and efficient education.