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Letter from Sir Edward Pellew to Flinders (1 of 4) (FLI03) Page 3

France, and that from the earnest
Representations I have made to
the French Government at that
Settlement on the same Subject,
aided by the Measures which may
be taken by Commodore Osborn in
fulfilment of my Instructions in
relation thereto, will obtain for
Yourself, and those of His Majesty's
Navy, who are now suffering under
Captivity, such an alleviation of
Your Condition, as I most cordially
hope may result from that

      I have transmitted your
letter to the Admiralty, that steps
may forthwith be taken for your
release at home, by effecting your
Exchange for an Officer of equivalent

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