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VOYAGE TO ENGLAND - journal - severe gale at N.E. - the vessel encrusted with
ice - stand to the southward - the gulph - Page 4
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VOYAGE TO ENGLAND - Journal - Severe Gale At N.E. - The Vessel Encrusted With Ice - Stand To The Southward - The Gulph Stream - Another Gale - Misfortunes - Arrival At Dover - Conclusion

_ERRATA._

P. 11, 1.8, for _plantation_, read _plantations_.

32, 1.5 and 6, are a note having reference to p. 28, 1.11.

71, 1.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, are a note having reference to p. 68, 1.4.

131, 1.6, for _freeing_, read _treeing_.

146, the asterisk placed at the word _vessel_ in the 13th line, should be placed at the word _Newcastle_ in the 15th line.

*TRAVELS IN AMERICA.*

* * * * *

_London, May 7th, 1797._

DEAR SIR,

Since my return, my friends have made a thousand inquiries respecting the state of America. I do not know how I can inform them of my sentiments on that subject better, than by having the rough draught I preserved of the letters I wrote to you from that country fairly copied for their use. If, like you, they are _really_ my friends, they will take the will for the deed. The _truth_ of my information, and my _wish_ to contribute to their amusement, will be a sufficient apology for the many imperfections they will meet with, in the desultory epistles of

Yours very sincerely.

_Annapolis, December 1st, 1793._

DEAR FRIEND,

The enclosed extracts from my journal will I hope convince you, I have not _entirely_ forgot my promise at parting. When at Philadelphia I delivered your letters to - - . Believe me

Yours very sincerely.

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