Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

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Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

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8 March 1815


Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III


I take up my Pen to inquire after Your Health in the turbulent Times as also to Convey to You my most Sincere wishes that You may soon & very soon see public Tranquility restored to the Metropolis - Your Expression in the Letter to Elyza of being decided to follow the Kings Example in a Similar Siutation is so soothing to my Feelings & does You so much Honour that I cannot doubt Your Endeavours will be Crowned with the same Success & that You will be ?can abled to say like Him I have saved the Country as I am sure without His Firmness nothing else could have ?crushed such a Tumult'; ill health of his daughter Princess Charlotte Signed and dated at Windsor