Letter from George III to General Jacob de Budé expressing approval of Zimmerman's advice on Prince William's ailment, of the handling of the Prince's education and of de Budé's monetary arrangements,

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Title

Letter from George III to General Jacob de Budé expressing approval of Zimmerman's advice on Prince William's ailment, of the handling of the Prince's education and of de Budé's monetary arrangements,

Date Created

26 August 1783

Creator

George III, King

Description

The King comments on dietary plans and forwards a letter for Prince Frederick, remarking on Mr de Cordon and Lieut. Gen Haldimand, on the dispute between Mr de Bruyeres and Mr Farhill, and obliquely referring to the Prince of Wales and 'Me. An.', about whom there is open talk.

Language

French

Identifier

GEO/ADD/15/0466