Letter received by Banks from William Kent, 1 November 1801 (Series 30.04) - No. 0002

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point out many essential Services that can be render'd the Colony by the Buffalo on her present Voyage, which appear to me to be entirely over-looked.  My inclination, as well as duty, will lead me to this ;  althº: [although] no notice has been taken of me for the exertions I have made, and the risks I have run, during the long space of eight Years, in assisting to bring that beautiful Country to its present flourishing state.  I have the honor to be, Sir, with the greatest respect,

Your most Obedient, Humble, and
Devoted Servant

Wm Kent. 

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