Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

Date Created

31 October 1797

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

I have this instant been made very happy with Your very Affectionnate & kind letter, for which I want words to Express both my joy & happiness, but I can say with great Truth that tho my Pen cannot express my feeling my Heart most ['most' crossed out] does most deeply feel Yr kind expressions about me & it shall ever be my most earnest endeavour as well as my Inclination to merit the continuation of Your good oppinion'; the weather; the King of Prussia, a relation of the Princess of Orange; 'We went this Morning to Frognet & were well received, but for the Place I cannot say much, excepting that the road to it is beautifull' Signed and dated the Queen's House

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36486-36487