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Letter from Joseph Banks to Matthew Flinders (3 of 7) (FLI01) Page 2

in the manner of dividing it among you I
think the officers of the Gunroom meƒs ought to
have the same sum as is allowd [sic] in India to
the Gunroom meƒs of a sloop they are if I am
Right 4 only in number The Remainder
should be allotted as Table money to yourself
& the 4 Gentlemen who you allow to meƒs with
you with an allowance & the Gardiner [sic] & the
miner for the Real Reason of such allowance
being made is to encourage the Scientific [illegible]
to discover things fitting for the Trade of India
& you to Find new [illegible]
                              Pray give my best [illegible] to
Mr Whidby & beleive [sic] me
                                            with much regard & esteem
                                            Very Faithfully yours
                                                        Js: Banks

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Flinders, Matthew
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Good, Peter
Allen, John



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