Letter from Queen Charlotte to Lady Effingham

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Letter from Queen Charlotte to Lady Effingham

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31 December 1780


Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III


Thanks her for her letter: 'and would have answered immediately had the departure of my Son Frederick not prevented it. You who have frequently undergone such disagreable moments will guess how that Day passed'; on Lady Effingham's son: 'I am ordered by the King to acquaint You that he hath last Friday spoke to Lord North about Mr Howard mentioning him as a Young Man very sensible and capable of being of use particularly with his Pen'; New Year greetings; and compliments to Sir George Howard Signed and dated at the Queen's House




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