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Letter from (Sir) John Franklin to Ann Flinders (1 of 5) (FLI27) Page 4

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just at parting too. – I never had any nor can I poƒsibly
have respect – You will excuse my entering on
this latter subject; the circumstance has given
me much uneasineƒs. I may perhaps sail from
England before his arrival and not have an opportunity
of explaining the true causes for some time

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I intend writing before my ship leaves England – and
I have the letter in Mr S. Pencots poƒseƒsion – he will
then receive it on his arrival in London.
My sister Betsey and family write in congratulations
and respects – I must request you to present mine
to Mrs Tyler & Miƒs Isabella. Believe me with great sincerity
          John Franklin

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