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Letter from Captain Kent to Matthew Flinders (FLI01) Page 4

Adieu my valued Friend. – Say every thing kind for me to your good Lady. –
May you long enjoy that happineƒs, the Almighty, in his wisdom, has thought
proper to retire from me, is the fervent Prayer of
                Your most Affectionate Frid
                            Wm Kent

          Offer my best Compliments to Meƒsrs Brown and Bawer.[sic] – Is our
poor friend Waterhouse still living? or has pernicious Grog washed him to
death? – What a failing! –

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