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Bishop Hobart's offer to get Chase a branch school may be unavailing. He may also want to divide the subscriptions. Many subscribers would not have subscribed if the subscriptions were contained to one party. Wiggin includes a list of all of the subscribers he has procured and the amounts they give. Mr. Johnson has received an anonymous note from London which disapproves the subscription, and he may be using his influence against Wiggin.
England voyage, Mr. Hayden, Bp. Hobart, George Marriott, Barlett's Buildings Society, branch school, Lord Kenyon, Mr. Wray, Mr. Johnson, Ohio, college
Wiggin, Timothy, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1824). Philander Chase Letters. 276.