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We proceeded to [[Calais]] & put up at
the Table royale. The night before
we arrived the Silver Lion Inn being burnt
by a fire in w'ch began in one of the Apart=
=ments - the a great Damage was sustained
but not Lives lost -

We left our Baggage at [[Calais]] - ie [id est]
such Articles as we chose to carry with us
to [[London]] - & having dined at [[Calais]] - we
set out after Dinner for [[Dunkirk]] - distant
abt. [about] 24 miles to get our Trunks shipped
for [[London]] -

Oct. [October] 26. The Roads being sandy & deep, we
could not get further that night than
gravelling, as the half way to [[Dunkirk]],
the Gates of [[Dunkirk]] being shut early in
the Evening -

Having left our Trunks at [[Dunkirk]]
to the Care of [[Mr. Kavanagh]] Mercht. [Merchant] there to be
shipp'd [shipped] by Vessel for [[London]] ready to sail
we visited the City & fortifications - The Bason
for men of war, & the fortified works to be demolished
by the late treaty of Peace, being now in Ruins -

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