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Wiggin has been in regular contact with Lord Kenyon and reports that Chase's friends in England continue to work for his cause. The Arch Bishop of Canterbury has donated after a delay because he mistakenly believed Chase to be working with Bishop Hobart. Kenyon and Wiggin do not yet know who told him so. Wiggin proposes a plan for spending the money until subscriptions can be raised in America and assures Chase that Bp. Hobart has been the only significant dissenting voice against his cause.
Lord Kenyon, Mr. Marriott, Miss Macfarlane, Oxford, Liverpool, Mr. Brooks, Bishop of Denham, Archbishop of York, Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop Hobart, Mr. Wheaton, Mr. Watson, Bishop of Bangor, Lady Olivia Sparrow, Mr. Daly, Dr. Gaskin, American Episcopal Church, Lady Rosse, Adam Hodgson, Lord Gambier, Dr. Smith, Mr. Johnson, Dr. Stewart
Wiggin, Timothy, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1824). Philander Chase Letters. 382.