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I put off writing again my beloved Son untill I could say that some of You Commissions were executed. The Letter to lady Ilchester was forwarded to Weymouth immediately and I am sure will make Her very happy- General Taylor has also wrote to Addenbrooke to apprize Him of Your wishes and the moment His answer arrives it shall be sent to You which may take a few days [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Time as we are ignorant where He is at [[deletion]] the [[/deletion]] present -- From Mr Price I have an abundance of thanks to return for the very gracious and kind manner You have expressed Yourself about Him-- I can answer for His feeling it deeply, tho I will not undertake to repeat His Words, I saw it came from the Heart and that must Satisfy You.