Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to George III

Date Created

24 - 25 April 1778

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

24 April: on the arrival of 'Ramus'; on His Majesty's arrival at Greenwich; on Lord Chatham and Lord Holdernesse; 'The newspapers informed Us last night of a man being taken up who was suspected of having fixed up the Paper about the declaration of War against the French sighned Effingham'; on the Prince of Wales and Frederick 25 April: description by 'Ramus' of the 'House at Portsmouth'; on the illness of Monsieur de Salgas; on Mary and Ernest: 'Mary is very anxious to see Your Majesty, she desired me to call dear Papa but after telling her that could not be, she desired to be lifted up, and she calld for at least half an hour' Signed and dated at 'Q. H.' [Queen's House]

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/MAIN/36349-36351