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wheel & that properly. The Sulphur is going to Hobart Town for flour etc. in ab.t a fortnight.  I may write again by her & then in 2 months I shall have nearly done what was to be an annual supply - yet I feel so much attached to your family I cannot let an opportunity slip without leaving some of you with some  lines- The hot winds here are from the N.E. Some of you may write me a line on the chance of finding me here by return of the Gillmore under cover to L.t Gov.r Stirling who will forward them if I have left it - Ja.s told Cap.t S. he w.d if possible touch here on his passage out - it is very little out of the way, the winds being favourable. my affectionate regards to all & likewise my D W.m yours most [indecipherable] T. H, Scott

 [address on envelope]
PGillmore from Western Australia
9 Feb
Will.m Macarthur Esq.
or Mrs. M-
New South Wales-

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