[illegible] China. and have [illegible] you and [illegible]kok in a few days [illegible]ing vessel called the Lizzie [illegible] just to meet with wonderful things in cochin China and shall then return to [England?] by way of the Cape of Good Hope. You had better address a letter to me there as I am going to stop there and shall get all letters forwarded to me there. I send this to Mrs Carr as the safest way of reaching you. remember me kindly to her and tell her how delighted she would be with the splendid vegetation of the Sandwich Island. She ought to visit them so ought you and you ought to go in a [illegible] vessel as I did. The voyage is perfectly delicious. I presume you are still in the valley or have you in your [rambles?] discovered another one. Find one for me without snow.
 Jan 22
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 31 cm.
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