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Philander Chase amends an advertisement prepared by Samuel Chase regarding the teaching of abolition in schools.
Philander Chase, Samuel Chase, abolition, advertisements
Chase, Philander, "Letter to Samuel Chase" (1844). Philander Chase Letters. 1220.
I rejoice to hear you are better: pray take care of yourself this foggy day-- Mr Davis has sent me nothing today.
I regret we did not take a copy of what was in the N.O. Paper and its amendments [made]: for I can remember nothing distinctly of what I added.
I return you what you have prepared for the Advertisement: a little amended: I see not why it will [rest] wherein its deficient except the sentiment expressed in y’r own good way to give the public to understand we do not mean to suffer the questions of Abolition to be agitated by the Teachers and scholars
The Rev. Mr. Bostwick has written some [thing] for the Gospel Messenger about Jubilee which I think will as it does
Your affectionate Uncle
22’d Jan’r 1844
I send you a Certificate of payment of taxes on Mrs Russells land in Michigan