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John Vigers complies with Lord Kenyon's request to pay to Philander Chase's bank account under Adam Hodgson for the support of orphaned children.
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Vigers, John, "Letter to Adam Hodgson" (1850). Philander Chase Letters. 1349.
Hawkstone Inn Feb’y 13th /50
I am directed by the Lord Kenyon to ask you the kind favour to alow[sic] me to pay a sum of money for your friend Bishop Chase account to be paid and the amount to be paid to the account of Messrs Moss Bankers for him and I shall feel very much obliged to you to say weather[sic] you can alow[sic] me to place the money to be paid for the Rig’t Rev’d Bishop Chase throu the Adam Hodgson Esqr account with Messrs Moss Bankers of Liverpool as it is for a[sic] orphan Family of children who have lost their Farther[sic] & Mother who Emigrated in Jan’y /49 to that countary[sic] and the Bishop as[sic] shoon[sic] them great simpelty[sic] since their [arrival] there and says that they are in great want and the money is from a friendly Society that is coming to the dear orphan’s[sic] who are ten in number and I do not know the exaect[sic] sum that will be paid by the society at present but I will write and let you know the exact sum as soon has[sic] I am in posesion[sic] of the amount
I beg to subcribe[sic] myself
Your humble [servant]
Adam Hodgson Esqr