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Letter from H Hope to Matthew Flinders (1 of 5) (FLI01) Page 2

that you may feel no kind of uneasineƒs restricting
the interest which the Indian Governments feel
for your liberation. I have been received with the
greatest attention by the General and although
I should be sorry to raise expectations which might
afterwards be disappointed, I confeƒs, my hopes
are great. What you recommend is exactly the
line I intend following. When I can apply without
impropriety I will endeavour to pay you a visit
or obtain permiƒsion for your coming to Town.
but pray do not be impatient puis qu'il ne faut
pas trop brisqeur*, and rest aƒsured that no
unneceƒsary delay shall occur on my part. As
I am pretty narrowly watched do not mention
that you heard from me and believe me to be

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