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Letter from Joseph Banks to Matthew Flinders (5 of 7) (FLI01) Page 1

Captain Flinders
    Norfolk Hotel
    Norfolk St Strand
or Admiralty

Mr Standert's
      No 3 Cliffords Inn
                Fleet St
Oct. 30 1810

          Revesby Abbey
          Oct 28 1810

My dear Sir
    it gives me Sincere Pleasure
that you have at Last Escapd [sic] from the Clutches of
French tyranny & are restord [sic] to your Country
I feel an additional Satisfaction of no Small
magnitude in Finding the First Lord, of whose judment [sic]
as well as Talents I have a high opinion, inclind [sic]
to rate your Services on the scale they deserve & to

[Banks signature on the other side has been cut away here]
into consideration in setting, the
        to give you in the
              to indear the
              are ruled
doubts whether
[illegible] your
wishes to do, its

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Flinders, Matthew
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