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Letter from H Hope to Matthew Flinders (2 of 5) (FLI01) Page 2

-gence. Allow me to congratulate you on the occasion
Sir I now consider it fact all doubt that I shall have
the pleasure of your company to India, and to expreƒs
at the same time the satisfaction which I feel in
being the means of restoring to his friends, his family
and his country, a man so worthy of their esteem
and admiration. It would be impoƒsible to [illegible] to
you the different conversations which I have had on your
Subject. I can only aƒsure you that they have been all
to your advantage. I was anxious that Monistrol
should have written to you first announcing your release
but as the preparations for the departure of the frigate
have delayed his [illegible], I cannot poƒsibly allow
you to remain any longer in suspence, although
I should wish that nothing be said on the subject
untill it be [illegible] announced to you. From what
Monistrol said I think that it is the intention
of the General to stipulate that you should not bear

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