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Not plan to go to Pan-Anglican. Bedell gone.

Date

6-13-1869

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letter, McIlvaine, Stevens, Bedell

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Cincinnati June 13/69

My dear Bishop,

I am much obliged by your kind letter & thankful for your safe return & improved health. I cannot send [?] letter of transfer, till I have made certain [?] which recent unfortunes has made [?]. As to the Pan Anglican, I have not expected to go. Bp. Bedell’s absence is a difficulty. But it is the least busy part of the year I should like to know what you think of it, especially as to the usefulness or any particular usefulness in my going. I am wholly at [see] about, & should not go of my own venture. I have [?] no means & must like the daughter who has gone with me the last two times & is [?].

Let me hear you in haste,

Yours very affectionately,

Charles P. McIlvaine

To Bishop Stevens

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