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Letter from H Hope to Matthew Flinders (5 of 5) (FLI01) Page 2

with another trunk every thing having been previously
opened to the Sun and I hope that you will never [illegible]
in safety. I have had every article carefully replaced in the
trunk and the packet of letters was superintended while
drying by my head Native Servant who understands no
language but that of his own country. I then had these
put up in parcels [illegible] for the safety of all
your secrets while in my poƒseƒsion. I am now
on the way for Batavia where I am to accompany
Lord Minto. You may judge from that of the
satisfaction which my miƒsion to the Isle of France
has given. Perhaps we may chance to meet in
those Seas for having been very unwell since my

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Hope, Hugh

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