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 February 1811


Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III


The News which Your letter conveyed to me, are so entirely Correspondent with my own Feelings, that it is quite Impossible for me not to rejoice in the Step You have taken, in not going Personally to the House of Lords. As to the Situation in which You are placed, arising from so Melancholy a Circumstance, I am sure that Your own Feelings are such as do Honour to Your Heart. & I quite agree with You my dearest Son, that neither Splendour nor State can accord with Your present Sentiments in any way particularly on this occasion' Signed and dated at Windsor