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Lord Kenyon is staying at the home of his aunt, who he believes is close to death. He reports that the Trustees in England have positive feelings towards West, though Kenyon himself is more critical, and hopes that West will submit to Chase's wishes. Kenyon fears that the session of Parliament will be bad for the Church.
Dr. Gaskin, George Montgomery West, G.M. West, Lord Bexley, Gredington, Timothy Wiggin, Marianne Kenyon, MP Peel, Duke of Wellington, Parliament
Lord Kenyon, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1830). Philander Chase Letters. 871.