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Wiggin speaks highly of Mr. West, suggesting that his employment to the College is as promising as the purchase of the land. He gives Chase financial advice on the transfer of English funds to America and has purchased stock in the US Bank, which will be transferred to the committee of Trustees of the Convention of the Diocese of Ohio.
Judge Hemphill, Mr. Coleman, Lord Kenyon, New York, Mr. West, Ohio, Mr. Baring, US Bank, Philadelphia, Mr. [Prince] Ward King, Henry Clay, Mills, Trustees of the Convention of the Diocese of Ohio, Mr. Marriott, Hastings, Gredington, Eliza, Ben, Miss MacFarlane, the Bowdlers
Wiggin, Timothy, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1827). Philander Chase Letters. 690.