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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Flinders (15 of 41) (FLI25) Page 4

a week might suffice to fulfil this wish and would not
be a very heavy task upon thee; if indeed thou hast tolerable
health and thy eye will permit it. Thou hast been very
kind, though, to lose no opportunity of writing, and in so doing
has relieved my doubts much. Samuel is well but knows not
that I am writing or he would desire to bear a part in affec-
-tionate regards to the family at the thatched house.
    Adieu, my beloved, be happy, and ever believe me to be
most affectionately and sincerely
    thy anxious husband
      Mattw Flinders

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