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Chase describes an incident in which Mr. Hunter, who was staying with Chase's family and was potentially to become a teacher at the school, suddenly claimed he had been insulted by the family and had to leave. Chase claims he has no idea what could have upset Mr. Hunter and was very distraught by the event. Chase also updates Sparrow on the subscription process in England.
George Chase, Mr. Hunter, Cincinnati, St. Clairsville, Steubenville, Canfield, Boardman, Delaware, Col. Helbourne, Mr. Ripley, Judge Butler, Mr. Pinny, Chillicothe, Rev. Mr. Johnston, Mr. Hammond, Lord Kenyon
Chase, Philander, "Letter to William Sparrow" (1825). Philander Chase Letters. 510.