Letter from Princess Mary to Lady Charlotte Finch

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Title

Letter from Princess Mary to Lady Charlotte Finch

Date Created

13 November 1797

Creator

Mary, Princess (b. 1776)

Description

Thanks her for her letter and apologies for not writing sooner: 'I am so little used to going backwards & forwards with the King & Queen from Windsor to London & from London to Windsor that my head has been near turned with the hurry...So many people are coming all morning to My Sisters & so much talking & noise that it was quite out of my power to ?settel myself to do any thing'; on Matilda's health; goes to play on Wednesday evening: 'it went off very well we did not come home till very late though as God Save the King was sung over & over again six times in all'; on her niece Princess Charlotte and Princess Caroline: 'I never saw a Child more fond of its Mother then Charlotte is & more tender of her Child than the Princess is of her Daughter - talked with the Child of Papa as if nothing had happened'; impending visit of Lady Bath Signed. Written 'K' in top left hand corner With a note on contents at top of page in a different hand

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/ADD/15/8172