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Letter from Captain Larkins to Matthew Flinders (2 of 2) (FLI01) Page 2

We are to sail on Thursday – which may afford you
more time to write any other letters which you
have omitted, from the idea that the Ship was
to have sailed on this day.
          I have nothing further to offer save
the very best and sincere wishes of a Countryman
which I do with all my heart – hoping your
cruel captivity may soon end – and that you
may soon be restored to those from whom you
are urgently detained, and to your Country
which would be proud to receive you.
          Believe me to subscribe myself with the
most fervent regard
          My dear Sir
                Your true Countryman and
                well-wishing Friend
                      T Larkins

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