Letter from Princess Elizabeth to Mrs Feilding

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Letter from Princess Elizabeth to Mrs Feilding

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19 October 1810


Elizabeth, Princess (b. 1770)


On Amelia's illness: 'it has pleased God in his mercy to grant us blessings for our Dear Angels state of mind is now so fine & herself so thoroughly prepared to receive her awfull but to Her joyful summons from Her Merciful Creator, that we have every reason to bless God for his goodness - but her sufferings have been so dreadful & her strength so great that even now that all is hopeless, she may yet last some days'; request from the Queen for 'a drawing of the Machine Lady Robert Fitzgeralds little Girl wears' Signed




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