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Timothy Wiggin writes that the Bishops of London and Exeter have been soiled by Puseyism and have been giving funds to Puseyites that Wiggin thinks should go to the poor. He then writes that the British have lost confidence in the American government due to the results of the 1844 election, in which James K. Polk won the presidency.
Timothy Wiggin, Philander Chase, London, Exeter, Bishops, Puseyism, America, economics, poverty, election, 1844 election, James K. Polk, American government
Wiggin, Timothy, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1845). Philander Chase Letters. 1239.