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indeed greatly lament any Prejudice to such a Measure which You seem to apprehend from My Adherence to the Resolution which I have taken. -- In regard to the Effect upon the King of Prussia, You will forgive My saying that My feelings are by no means in Union with the Anxiety which seems to prevail that His Anger may be deprecated, for I cannot but view with Contempt the Conduct of His Prussian Majesty, who has Condescended to insult Me more than once because I have not thought fit to receive the very Princess whom He excluded for a Considerable Period from the Court of His Queen, Her own Sister. You will, I earnestly hope, also forgive Me, if I express an anxious Wish that I may not again be urged upon this painful Subject-- My Mind & feelings have been very