Draft letter from General Jacob de Budé to George III giving a critical report on the personality and conduct of Prince William, who has too good an opinion of himself and does not apply himself to his studies, although his masters declare themselves satisfied with him, but whose youth and immaturity give hope for improvement.

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Title

Draft letter from General Jacob de Budé to George III giving a critical report on the personality and conduct of Prince William, who has too good an opinion of himself and does not apply himself to his studies, although his masters declare themselves satisfied with him, but whose youth and immaturity give hope for improvement.

Date Created

n.d. [c. January 1784]

Creator

Budé, Jacob de, Gen.

Language

French

Identifier

GEO/ADD/15/0476