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Letter from Sir Edward Pellew to Flinders (1 of 4) (FLI03) Page 2

to Prisoners of War taken in the East
Indies, do not permit of their
Exchange in this Country, and that
whenever your release on parole can
be obtained it will be requisite for
You to proceed to Europe to accomplish
Your Exchange, unleƒs in the Event of
a Ceƒsation of Hostilities between
the two Nations of which there
appears no present prospect.

      I however indulge a
confident expectation that from the
liberality recently exhibited by His
Excellency the Most Noble the
Governor General towards Captain
and his followers, General
De Caen
will be induced to shew
a mutual accommodation to the
British Prisoners at the Isle of

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Pellew, (Admiral) Edward, Viscount Exmouth
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De Caen, Charles Mathieu Isadore

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