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Kenyon encloses a letter and reminds Chase that he will be happy to host him whenever Chase has the opportunity to leave London.
Lord Kenyon, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1835). Philander Chase Letters. 1014.
My dearest Bishop
I return you the enclosed very interesting and amiable letter and pray God that the good Lady may yet, if it be His good pleasure, be spared a longer time to do good in her generation to His sacred cause. I have not the honour of personally knowing her, and cannot therefore I think properly wish to her to thank you for her pious attention to your sacred cause. But truly do I sympathize in your feelings of respect and gratitude towards her & hope you keep stout in health & that you will be preserved so. I greatly fear that the deep distress with which the landed interest is visited wh. occasions every real distress to me will prevent your [received] such a degree of support as I wd otherwise hope for with prevalence of sound principle among them might be hoped for. Still I trust you will have good cause to rejoice in your 2nd appeal to English Protestants. Very glad shall I be to receive you here I will only repeat when it shall seem desirable to you to move so far from London. My kind regards to your worthy herd [?] and believe me my dearest Bishop your ever affec’te friend