Letter from Irah Chase to T.Z.R. Jones
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Irah Chase, the father of the author of Letter 286, Thomas S. Chase, writes another letter in a series concerning his daughter Emma to T.Z.R. Jones. The “mutual misunderstanding” between Emma and Mrs. Stone mentioned by Thomas is also the subject of this letter, and Irah suggests that Emma return for the next term in order to repair her relation with Mrs. Stone. Irah also clarifies the status of Mollie, T.Z.R. Jones’ daughter, who was mentioned in Letter 286. Mollie is a friend of Emma’s, and Irah does not want to see them separated. The rest of the letter consists of Irah articulating a sincere reconciliation grounded in Christian faith, culminating in the written recitation of the Lutheran hymn Blest Be the Tie That Binds by John Fawcett.
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