Lord Gambier



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Lord Gambier notifies Lord Kenyon of Mr. Clay's testimony regarding the site of the College. He praises Chase's efforts and congratulates Lord Kenyon for his prominent role in the promotion of the cause.


Fall 11-11-1826


Ohio College, Mr. Clay, Mr. Hoare, Mr. Wiggin, Bishop Chase



Iver Cottage.

8 Novr.

My dear Lord

The highly satisfactory testimony of Mr Clary to the judicious selection of the site of the Ohio College I have forwarded to Mr Hoare who will send it to Mr Wiggin. Our dear good Bishop Chase has been greatly prosper’d and bless’d in his [?] and zealous labours to effect the establishment of an institution that has for is ends and objects the greatest and most important that can engages the powers and faculties of the mind of man: even unwearied Glory, of our great Redeemer and the eternal salvation of the human Race. and greatly may you rejoice my dear Lord in having so large a portion in promoting so divine a Cause. and on which I heartily congratulate you: may your pious endeavours be greatly bless’d and amply rewarded.

I remain, my Dear Lord with truth and sincere regard

Your oblige’d humble friend


Letter to Lord Kenyon



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