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[[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Her a yearly allowance for Pocket Money which is a fair request and will if You agree to it be better for both, You will then be able to arrange matters in a manner lefs expensive to Yourself by fixing certain Sums for all Necefsaries which ought not to be exceeded by those under whose direction it is to be placed and which I will explain to You when we meet and Her Pocket Money totally Separate and to Herself, which will teach Her the Value of Money of which She knows nothing at all _ She will make this request Herself in which I encouraged Her greatly knowing by experience the Necefsity of it _. In my next I shall say what I think of the Recipe You honored me with, but to Day I can only add how Sincerely I am My dearest Son You ever effectionnate Mother & Friend Charlotte Windors the 20 th/ Janry/ 1815