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Letter from John Elder to Ann Flinders (1 of 3) (FLI28) Page 3

If I find no opportunity of coming to Partney, before
I leave London, I will request Mr Standert to forward the small
box with the necklace &c Mr Standert has removed to No 3
Cliffords Inn Fleet Street; I have taken private lodgings at
Mr Elsworth Hatt [sic] and Umbrella maker 23, Upper East Smith=
=field, London – I conclude Madam in wishing you good health
and to hope a few weeks more will bring you through all
sorrows and unhappineƒs, by the arrival of captain Flinders
to his family and native land, is the wish of
        your obedient and most
              humble servant
                    John Elder

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