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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Flinders (34 of 41) (FLI25) Page 3

experiments from being made.
      The admiral very politely invited me to dine to day, at his
house at half past five; and I think it likely the commissioner,
and perhaps some others will be there. The admiral is a married
man; he introduced me to Lady Williams, and to a Mrs Williams
wife, I believe, of his secretary and relation.
      The time before dinner, I am devoting to thee, in this
letter, and to making out a formula, ready for tomorrow
      On Wednesday morning, I hope to have a letter
      from thee, directed to Mr Flinders, Fountain
      Inn Sheerness; telling me how thou goest on, and how
Annette is proceeding with her thrush and &ers .
      My kind love to Miss Tyler, notwithstanding she
has put me up coarse, instead of fine neckclothes; and be-
lieve me to be most affectionately
                                                                  Mattw Flinders

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