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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Flinders (9 of 41) (FLI25) Page 4

I shall therefore court them.
    May the Almighty disposer of things cherish and keep
thee in my absence, and may we meet without any alloy
to the high delight that seems to await ^ us on that occasion.
Every body on board are well, and very anxious to sail.
I dread to say adieu; but it is only for one day.
God bleƒs thee
            thy most anxious and affectionate husband
                      Mattw Flinders

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