Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

Date Created

15 April 1796

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

Concerning her finances and enclosing a letter from Lord Ailesbury [enclosed] (GEO/MAIN/36466) Signed and dated at 'Q. H.' [Queen's House] Unsigned letter from Lord Ailesbury to the Queen (GEO/MAIN/36466): 'Lord Ailesbury is very sorry to be under the disagreeable Necessity of troubling Her Majesty with the inclosed Particulars [missing]...besides the Debt He mentions Four Hundred and Fifty Four Pounds are due on money borrowed to discharge the Quarterly Payments which Lord Ailesbury found it so difficult at this critical Time to continue to do that He thought it best to postpone the Payment of Her Majesty'sTradesmen: the Fact is that the Expenditure greatly exceeds every Quarter the means of paying it'

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36464-36466