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Margaret writes to Chase on the anniversary of their first and only meeting. She mentions a curious circumstance regarding a servant and Bishop Hobart, provides a short update on the weather and a few friends, and discusses the growth progression of the rose tree he sent her.
Bishop Hobart, Bishop Stewart, Clayton Square, Bishop White, Mr. Norris, Liverpool, Mrs. Wiggin, Eliza, Miss Macfarlane, Mrs. Walker, Gestingthorpe, Dr. Ward, Aunt of Peel Hall, Gredington, Philander
Kenyon, Margaret, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1826). Philander Chase Letters. 637.