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Letter from H Hope to Matthew Flinders (2 of 5) (FLI01) Page 4

shall take place that I can poƒsibly help for I am
doing my utmost to get the communication made
when I will write to you again.
    Believe me to be
    your very Sincere and
        obedient Servant
            H Hope

P.S. Since writing the foregoing part of this letter it has
struck me that Col Monistrol might let me see you
or write to you on the Subject of your release, in which case
I think it would be better that you were to refer him to
me as probably I can procur better terms, and speak
my sentiments more openly than you could do. I have
already offered to be answerable for you whatever
terms you may be released which is sufficient reason for
every thing being done by now.
                H Hope

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