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Burton thanks Chase for his visit and wishes him well on his journey to America. He wishes he could go with Chase but has too much to do with the Church of England. However, he asks Chase to let him know if there is anything he can do to help and says that he might "come over and help" sooner than expected. Burton also asks Chase to persuade Mr. Wiggin to attend his ministry and to put in a good word for him with Lord Kenyon.
Mr. Wiggin, voyage to America, Church of England, Lord Kenyon
Burton, Charles, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1824). Philander Chase Letters. 325.