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Letter from H Hope to Matthew Flinders (4 of 5) (FLI01) Page 5

I am out of all patience with Admiral Bertic for
not employing Owen in the attack of the Isle
of France being jealous of his distinguishing himself.
I beg that you will be aƒsured that it will give
me at all times great pleasure to hear of your
welfare and what you intend being about now that
there is no impediment to your navigating
the Indian Seas.
        Have the goodneƒs to present my respects
to Mrs Flinders and believe me to be
            Very Sincerely Yours
                H Hope

I wrote to you in Septr by the Tigris

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