Letter from George III to General Jacob de Budé acknowledging receipt of a letter reporting that Prince William had begun his studies with Mr. Falke, Hogreve and Wissel.

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Title

Letter from George III to General Jacob de Budé acknowledging receipt of a letter reporting that Prince William had begun his studies with Mr. Falke, Hogreve and Wissel.

Date Created

19 September 1783

Creator

George III, King

Description

The King expresses approval that the voyage to Osnabruck had been postponed, and states that as Mr de Bruyeres and Mr Farhill could not get on he was replacing the latter with a young officer, son of Gen. Green, who would be taking up his post at Kew the next day. The King had never intended that Prince William should leave Hanover for another voyage this year.

Language

French

Identifier

GEO/ADD/15/0467