Letter from Queen Charlotte to Lady Charlotte Finch

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to Lady Charlotte Finch

Date Created

19 July 1782

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

I have this instant seen Hawkins who came to give me an account of the letter He had wrote to Mrs Chevely wherein He advises to give poor little Alfred all sorts of exercise preferable to that of being carried in Arms. It occurred to me that besides that of being drawn in a little Chaise the going on Horse back would be very efficacious to him'; on William's accident: 'by the Surjeons account from New York there is reason to hope of his recovering some use of his Arm'; on Lady Louise Clayton. Signed and dated at Windsor. 'K' written in top left hand corner. '177' written in pencil in top right hand corner

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/ADD/15/8161