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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Chappelle (7 of 41) (FLI25) Page 2

for me to say, that I see a fortune growing under me, to
meet increasing expenses. I only want to have a fair start,
and my life for it we will do well, and be happy. I will
write further tomorrow; but shall most anxiously expect
thy answer at 86 Fleet St London on my arrival on Friday
; and I trust thy presence immediately afterwards. Mr
or perhaps Mrs Tyler will most probably accompany thee.
I have only time to add, that most anxiously I am
        most sincerely thine
            Mattw Flinders
It will be much better to keep this matter entirely
secret. There are many reasons for it yet, and I have also
a powerful one. I do not exactly know how my great
friends might like it.

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