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My dearest Son. Most Sincerely do I Console with you the turn of Affairs in France & cannot but enter into Your Feeling most deeply when I consider the Consqeuences which must [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] naturally follow such a disasterous Catastrophe _ The Emperor of Russia & King of Prussia must now fight [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] their Battles over again & if it was not that I pity the Countrys through which their Troops must March. I own I feel not much for them, as they had it in their power to prevent this Tyrant to do any more mischief, by crushing Him when