Letter to Philander Chase
Gambier apologizes for his lack of communication as his failing eyesight makes it difficult to write. He extends great sympathy towards Chase for the troubles he endured at the College, and is upset that he is no longer the president. He believes that G.M. West is the prime cause of Chase's difficulties.
G.M. West, resignation, Lady Gambier, Mrs. Chase
Gambier, Lord, "Letter to Philander Chase" (1832). Philander Chase Letters. 928.