Letter from Queen Charlotte to George, Prince of Wales

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to George, Prince of Wales

Date Created

27 September 1792

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

On a pamphlet he has sent: 'Could You prevail upon Yourself to send a Copy of this Pamphlet to Mr Pitt, accompanied with a Letter containing Yr Sentiments upon it the Information then would come with all the Dignity Necessary to insure it being attended to. Yr Conduct must be pleasing to the Kg & You would do Yourself Credit in the Oppinion of the World by interfering where so invidious an attack is made upon Him'; thanks him for the 'Black Lace Cloack...I see its Beauty Far Surpasses the ones I saw before, & Feel the kind attention which induced You to procure it for me with peculiar Pleasure' Signed and dated at Weymouth

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36400-36401