Letter to unidentified correspondent

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Title

Letter to unidentified correspondent

Date Created

18 October 1800

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

the Place you solicit for Mr Douglas was disposed of in less than an Hour after I had informed the Kg of the Death of the ever regretted Mr Smelt...you may perhaps be desirous to know who suceeds in the deputy Rangership of Richmond, it is a Person You are well acquainted with & one who is known to the Kg & now again in His Family namely Mr Robert Grevill, & as the Parch is so much frequenty by the Kg & so many works going on there we were all greatly rejoiced at seing a Sucessor to Mr Smelt, who is Personally known to all the Family' Enquires after his health: '& hope both to hear of You & to see You better in the Winter than you were when You quitted London' Signed and dated at Weymouth

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/ADD/2/75