Letter (duplicate) from Rear-Adm. Lord Hood to General Jacob de Budé, sending thanks for one received and his wishes for de Budé's swift recovery from a fall while hunting, and remarking on the difficulties caused by disputes between Prince William and Capt. Napier and his feelings that, while considering Napier 'a man of honor' [sic], he was not a suitable companion for the Prince.

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Title

Letter (duplicate) from Rear-Adm. Lord Hood to General Jacob de Budé, sending thanks for one received and his wishes for de Budé's swift recovery from a fall while hunting, and remarking on the difficulties caused by disputes between Prince William and Capt. Napier and his feelings that, while considering Napier 'a man of honor' [sic], he was not a suitable companion for the Prince.

Date Created

8 February 1783

Creator

Hood, Samuel, Rear-Adm. Lord

Description

De Budé's letter to Hood of 5 December enclosed a letter from Prince Frederick to Prince William.

Language

English

Identifier

GEO/ADD/15/0747