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Wiggin reports that there is strong interest in Chase's cause among his English friends but that he regrets that the fund is not proceeding well and that he is unable to contribute any more money himself. He and the others hope Chase will be able to purchase the lands he needs and sell the rest after allowing their value to appreciate. Wiggin apologizes for not being able to contribute more to Chase's cause and assures him of his continued support.
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Wiggin, Timothy, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1826). Philander Chase Letters. 638.