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not send her love back to her, but desire you to give [indecipherable] & I hope to some day or another to hear again from her. I promise to write in due time -

I have rec.d fresh details of all my mishaps from Cha.s Cowper  who seems to have used most kind & uncommon exertion on my behalf in the midst of his own sorrows & losses he can ill afford.

I shall not bore you with these matters - I have written to him fully & shall feel greater satisfied with whatever he & Wm.  (if he has not left for Eng.d) decide upon without caring much about it - for what is gone cannot be recalled.

Believe me ever yours most sincerely
T.H. Scott
I am sorry to add that poor [indecipherable] is disgraced even his own friends say.
To whom he left his case here & [indecipherable] herein - He did not [indecipherable] away.

James Macarthur Esq.
 New South Wales


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