Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Prince Regent

Date Created

8 January 1814

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

Thanking him for his offer of the use of his house: 'The weather is so cold & the Snow so deep that I have given up all Idea of Venturing out of Doors for fear of a Second attack of the Influenza which has left an Everlasting remembrance behind it since last Year'; on the reception at Hannover of the Duke of Cambridge; letters from Charlotte, Queen of Wüttemberg with particular reference to the Imperial Family of Russia and the Duke of Cumberland; news from the Continent and Napoloen; on Felton Harvey as a possible Aide de Camp; Sophia; the King Signed and dated at Windsor

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36671-36674