Letter from Lady Charlotte Finch to Sophia Feilding

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Letter from Lady Charlotte Finch to Sophia Feilding

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31 August 1782


Finch, Charlotte, Lady


On the return of Mr Feilding: 'I am glad he was ordered Northwards, first for the mutual pleasure I hope you now enjoy and next that he has escaped the dreadful Scene which I'm sure would have shocked his Humanity beyond description'; on the loss of the Royal George; on her grandson; travel arrangements for Mrs Feilding; letters concerning 'my ideas about the Drawing Room on Thursday'; [on the death of Prince Alfred]: 'The K. and Q. returned yesterday. She cried vastly at first seeing me and seems tho very reasonable, very much hurt by her loss, and the K. also. The P. of Wales returned with them and continues to behave with the prettiest Attentions imaginable'; on Mrs Carter; death of Mrs Bentley Dated at Windsor Transcript




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