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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Flinders (21 of 41) (FLI25) Page 4

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this letter, therefore, and one to Sir J.B. is all that I can have ready. There is not time
to get the letters of recommendation from my friend Pitot. But in a few days I will
write to thee again, and inclose them, and take that occasion to remember some others
of my friends — I beg Mr Tyler, thy mother, and every one of thy family to accept my
best wishes, and thanks for all the kindneƒses they have conferred on me through thee.
Though thou must count upon thy letters being often lost, do not neglect to write
to me by every occasion. Mr Hippins or Thomas Franklin could probably inclose
thy letters to some merchant in New York, or some other part of America, with
a request to have them forwarded to the Isle of France. Direct them under cover
to me

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Franklin, Thomas
Flinders, Elizabeth
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