Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

Date Created

7 April 1805

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

Enclosing letters from her brother, Duke Charles II [missing] proposing a marriage between his son and one of the younger daughters of George III: 'as He is Inclined to let him follow His own Inclination, He proposes with Your leave to send him over to England, that He may make his own choice provided Your Majesty gives him leave to do so...I have never named the Subject to any of the Princesses, for I have made it rule to avoid a Subject in which I know their oppinions differ with Your Majesty's, for every one of them have at different Times assured me, that happy as they are, they should like to settle if they could and I feel I can not blame them' Signed and dated at Windsor Castle With note at the bottom of the letter: 'answered the next Day G R'

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36545-36546