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Letter from Matthew Flinders to Ann Flinders (19 of 41) (FLI25) Page 4

I have sent home to Mr A. Standert a trunk containing various things to remain
until my return, ^ and amongst the rest four parcels in which are all my private
letters, written and received. If thou wishest to have them in thy poƒseƒsion, for
they are not sealed up, and hast a trusty person to receive them they will be deliver-
-ed on thy request.

"I cant get out"! cried the starling. God help thee, says Yorick, but I'll let
thee out. May Fleurieu feel as much humanity!

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