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Sir Henry Verney is anxious to meet Chase at Claydon in Winslow and wait upon him in any way he needs.




Claydon, Winslow, Mr. Richmond, London, Buckinghamshire, Birmingham, Manchester, Lady Verney


Claydon. Winslow.


Nov. 6. 1835

Sir Henry Verney begs to express his thanks to Bishop Chase for his kindness in bringing to him the letter of Mr. Richmond dated New York Sept 21 which he has received.

Sir Henry Verney regrets very sincerely that it is not in his power to offer to Bishop Chase the [?] assistance so necessary to forward the pious and benevolent objects of the Bishop, but he feels very anxious to [have] the honor of making a personal acquaintance with the Bishop and of tendering his services in any mode in his power.

Sir Henry Verney is not aware that

To Bishop Chase

he will be in London before the meeting of Parliament in February - He will at all wants take the first opportunity of waiting on the Bishop; and he takes the liberty of adding that if Bishop Chase is travelling [sic] towards the central Districts of England - Birmingham, Manchester, &c he should feel himself highly honored by seeing Bishop Chase at Claydon and presenting Lady Verney to him; if the Bishop would kindly pardon their very humble and homely style of living.

Letter to Philander Chase



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