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Philander Chase requests the transmission of the £100 Sterling from Lord Kenyon by his bankers to Adam Hodgson.
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Chase, Philander, "Letter to Prime, Ward, & King" (1846). Philander Chase Letters. 1277.
Sept 7 1846
To Messrs Prime Ward & King
The Rt. Hon. Lord Kenyon in his Letter to me of the 17th of July [received] yesterday explaining [once] [?] the mistake by which I suppose his Lordship [?] sent his late donation of £100 Sterling & which I [accordingly] returned to you to be transmitted to his [?] in the Books of Adam Hodgson Esqr of Liverpool, England. His Lordships words in the letter where [referred] to are the following, “I must beg you therefore to [?] your order for its transmission to good Adam Hodgson or I shall have to desire him to remit it to you”
Gentlemen if the above quotation of his Lordship’s words be satisfactory to you I desire, in you have not already sent the money to the said Adam Hodgson Esqr that you [?] deposit the [?] of the [ofensive] £100 Sterling the gift of Lord Kenyon to me in the North River Bank of New York to my [credit] & [their] Receipt for the same will be [?] to, Gentlemen, your Faithful friend & serv’t P. Chase