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Letter from Sir Thomas Pasley to Matthew Flinders (2 of 2) (FLI01) Page 2

friends pay them a short visit and return
to join me, by that time I shall probab-
ly be returned into Port – if not you will
only find a conveyance from Portsmouth
or Plymouth by applying to the respective
Admls they are both my friends – your
Bills have been duly paid by my
Agent Mr McCullock Jefferies Square to
the Amount I believe of 20 Guineas
the former little Bills were I think
paid by your friends – you may settle
with him at your own conveniency
he will shew you what he has paid
      Your Capt. will [illegible] a very [illegible]
[illegible] – he has Damn'd himself.

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