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Two letters in one document. Horne writes to G.W. Marriott and remembers Chase fondly, but will be unable to travel to Ohio because he has to care for his orphan niece and nephew. Marriott writes to Bp. Chase that he and others are very pleased with the engraving of Kenyon College. Bishop White is very sick and may die soon. Marriott also writes of his own improving health and the medicinal benefits of the mustard seed.
Bp. Chase, Lord Kenyon, Ohio, Rev. Mr. Wheaton, Washington College, Connecticut, Mrs. Horne, England, German, orphans; engraving of Kenyon College, Mr. Jone, Lord Kenyon, Lord Bexley, Bishop of Salisbury, Dr. Gaskin, Bishop White, Hastings, Police Magistrate, mustard seed, Judge Park, Plea for the West, Journals of the Diocesan Convention
Horne, Thomas Hartwell, "Letters to G.W. Marriott and Philander Chase" (1827). Philander Chase Letters. 683.