much gratified at your allusion to my services during your stay in this Country; and I trust that it will not be very long before I again have the pleasure of placing them at your disposal.
This morning I am favoured with your note of yesterday dated from Plymouth, informing me that the Wine for Sir Edward Macarthur is not to be delivered until we hear from that Gentleman where it is to be sent, but that the Wine for the Rev. G.H. Egerton, may be sent off at once -- carriage of the same not to be prepaid; all of which shall be attended to.
I am sorry to learn that the "Duncan Dunbar", had not, up to last night, arrived at Plymouth. Since she left the Downs she has unfortunately