Peregrine G. Chase

Political office

43rd Chancellor of Aloia

In office

10 January 1861 - 10 January 1865

Preceded by

Jonathan Beasley

Succeeded by

Milton Waite


Peregrine Gustav Chase III
16 July 1793
Freiburg, Saxony, Minnesota


12 October 1877
Freiburg, Saxony, Minnesota

Political party

Conservative Party of Aloia

Alma mater

Wellington College
University of Halle-Wittenburg

Spouse and family

Alberta Rosedale
3 children


Church of Aloia

Peregrine Gustav Chase III, 6th Count of Freiburg (16 July 1793 - 12 October 1877) was an Aloian nobleman and politician who served as Chancellor of Aloia from 1860 to 1864. Chase was a Conservative.

Chase was born to Count Peregrine Gustav Chase II of Freiburg. His ancestor was Salmon P. Chase, a supporter of Lord Aurelius, Duke of Svea, so when Aurelius' son Gustaf XI became King, Gustaf XI made Salmon the first Count of Freiburg, a city in Saxony. P. G. Chase was educated at Wellington College and then he joined the Aloian Army. After the end of his service, he attended the University of Halle-Wittenburg and began a career in politics. 

Chase entered the Senate of Aloia in 1832, being elected from South Saxony, Aloia's southernmost region. Chase served in two Chancellors' administrations, including as Ulysses Stephens' Minister of Agriculture from 1848 to 1852 and Minister of State from 1852 to 1856. He also served as Jonathan Beasley's Minister of State from 1856 to 1860.

In 1860, he was elected Chancellor of Aloia and served for one term. He was succeeded by Milton Waite in a massive upset in the 1864 election. Chase returned to his home in Freiburg, where he died in 1877.