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Dudley tells George about how powerful he finds the new painting of the signing of the Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull. He looked at the painting with Senator Nathanial Macon, who was at the signing, and can attest that it is accurate. Dudley tells George to keep writing to his Aunt even though she has no time to respond. Dudley is excited to see George and his family in his upcoming return home.
Dudley Chase, George Chase, Senate, Nathanial Macon, John Trumbull, painting, Declaration of Independence, Washington DC, Hartford
Chase, Dudley, "Letter to George Chase" (1817). Philander Chase Letters. 106.