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Evidence of the positive effect Byron’s visit to Ali Pacha had on Anglo-Albanian relations (PSC).

Matthews' fulsome response to the coded style of Byron's letter of 22 June 1809.

"I take the opportunity of sending this letter & your Ferman1 by a boat which will convey to Athens a bevy of my servants coming to carry off all my clothes vases &c which I left at that place when I came up here."

Hobhouse has written in every cranny of this sheet (40.4 x 32cm), including where the sealing- wax might, if ripped, destroy the text. [PSC]

"Conceiving a promise always to be sacred I never forgot the conversation you had with me last year on the 16th. of Sept."

"I write to you a line to beg that you would take the trouble of sending your servant to the Waywode or Logotheti to enquire for any letters that may have come for me ...."

"I have just heard that the Frigates will sail tomorrow morning early, and as I shall not therefore have an opportunity of seeing you before we meet in England I write you a line to wish you a pleasant voyage, ...."

"I understand by Mrs Byron That you have not Recd the money out of scotland that i was to be Paid out of, Therefore i fear i shall not get it all now. but I hope You’l be Kind annoughf to let me have a Part out of my Rents or something."

"In case Mr Hanson is from home I have only to inform you that Mr Hutton and three of his men are now in the House, and the goods will be sold off immediately, unless I can produce a delay ...."

"I did not intend to say any thing as I had nothing to say but when inclosing this letter, Hutton the Bailiff and two of his men arrived from Nottingham, how is this?"
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