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Dallin apologizes for not writing for a long time, explaining that he felt had nothing significant to say until now. He commends Chase for the work on his school, gives a detailed account of the religious divide and tension in England, and provides an update on his own personal affairs.
York, Mrs. Reed, General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Convention of Ohio, Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church of North America, Delaware, Bishop Hobart, Restoration of Charles the 2nd, Mr. Overton, Church of England, Methodists, Beverly, Mr. Wesley, Papists, Roman Catholics, Catholic emancipation, Ireland, Duke of York, Parliament, Apocrypha, Bible Society, Scotch, Mr. Gray son, Margaret, Derby, Mr. Jon.
Dallin, James, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1826). Philander Chase Letters. 629.