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My dearest Son. I have the Pleasure to Inform You that I went Yesterday to make a Friendly Visit to dear Mary & am able to state with the greatest Truth & without Exaggeration that I found both the Duke of Glouster & Herself most rationally Happy & Comfortable. The house tho not large is Convenient, & the Place notwithstanding its retained Situation very Chearfull, Some parts of the Ground very pritty & possesses according to Mr Browns Expressions some [[unclear]] of which I am sure they will take advantage in Time as both seem Inclined to do so. The Dinner on Tuesday is to be