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most anxiously that it should Continue, and that on Her side, She was perfectly ready to come into any thing You could wish Her to do, excepting one Subject which She hoped would never be Started again, namely the Prince of Orange, which was the only thing She could not please You in, or Submit to, It was really said with so much feeling, that I answered Her, "for to go on in a good Understanding there must be mutual Confidence which I was Convinced had begun already, and tho I hoped that She would be saved that Tryal, [[addition]] but [[/addition]] in Case it Should be proposed again, it would be both Her Duty to You as well as Justice to Herself to give Her reasons for declining this Alliance in an open and fair way. The next thing She wishes is, that wen She settles in Town You would be so kind as to