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Dudley responds to George's request for advice about what to do with the farm. He references "a grand council on agricultural affairs" with Aunt Chase and Salmon Chase, telling George to use his judgement and do what he thinks is best. Dudley also asks him to review the leases of several tenants and make sure the farmland is taken care of.
Aunt Chase, Salmon Chase, Mr. Eddy, Mrs. Chase, Johonott, Cole, Bedford, Lomb, Bana, Horace, Washburn, "a grand council on agricultural affairs"
Chase, Dudley, "Letter to George Chase" (1826). Philander Chase Letters. 599.