Letter from William Frederick to Miss Feilding

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Letter from William Frederick to Miss Feilding

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5 February 1832


William Frederick, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh


Thanks her for her letter; 'I am very glad to find that the Game arrived safe & proved acceptable'; on the misfortune of not seeing her; on the health of the Duchess; 'The House of Lords certainly did it's duty& I trust we ever shall we saved on the 8th of October the Constitution & the Country! We have given the Nation Time to reflect & to see the Precipice to wch Ministers had led the Empire'; regards to her sister Signed and dated Bagshot Park




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