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Suggests that certain arrangements be made so that Charles (presumably McIlvaine's son) may supply the pulpit at Chittenham.
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McIlvaine, Charles Petit, "Letter to Unknown Bishop" (1867). Charles Pettit McIlvaine Letters. 220.
Cincinnati Feb. 23rd/67
My dear Bishop,
Charles had a letter from you yesterday, or else heard through [?] that tomorrow week would be otherwise supplied at Chittenham, than by him. He says he cannot go the Sunday following because you will be absent. I have said nothing to him about my writing to you or the subject, nor has he suggested anything. But as it is of much importance that he should officiate there, before long, I would suggest whether you could not make an arrangement to have your Ch. supplied next Sunday week, so that Charles may go to Chittenham for that day.
Remember me affectionately to Mr. Lee & [?] & the other children.
Yours most affectionately,
Charles P. McIlvaine
I am obliged to you for Sunday my last half of my letter to Mr. [Wintrhop].