Letter from Queen Charlotte to Prince William

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Title

Letter from Queen Charlotte to Prince William

Date Created

1771

Creator

Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

Description

On his concern for Duke of Gloucester: 'I cannot sufficiently express the satisfaction I felt in hearing from Lady Charlotte Finch the great anxiety You are in about the Duke of Gloucester; well does he deserve this attention of Yours, as he always professed a particular Friendship for Your little Person...I wish this distressed scene may serve as an exemple to Yourself, beloved as he is by every Body, by his Amiable Character I very sincerely wish You to become'' Signed. With '178' written in pencil in top right hand corner Enclosed with letter to Lady Charlotte Finch With notes on content in a different hand on reverse

Language

English

Identifier

RA GEO/ADD/15/8153