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A circular in which Chase publishes a private letter to a friend. In the letter, he rejects the notion that he should share power with the faculty and defends his complete authority as president of the College.
President, trustees, presidential power, constitution, bishop, faculty, professors, standing committee
Chase, Philander, "Letter to Dudley Chase" (1831). Philander Chase Letters. 899.