Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

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Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

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9 April 1814


Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III


I perfectly coincide with You that it is impossible for Us to be gratefull enough to the Almighty for His Providential & Timely interference where nothing but His Power could have carried us through such difficulties. The Headiness & Perseverance that You have shewn, Indeed I am Proud of, & Happy must You feel in having followed the Plan which was laid down by the dear King & which tho connected with greater difficulties since the beginning You bear the Honour of having carried through'. With the postscript: 'A thousand thanks for having written Yourself' Signed and dated at Windsor