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When I see General Garth I shall not fail to read [[deletion]] to Him [[/deletion]] what Concerns Him if your Letter of which I am sure He will be much flattered. I wrote to Him a few lines about the Step Mr Price has taken as a Civility due to Him, and you him a Hint about Addenbrook begging Him however not to mention it to Charlotte, which of course when settled must be done by You, proving to Her that no Alteration can ever be made in Her attendance [[addition]] but [[/addition]] by Your Special Order._ The News of Count Munster Mornign did a little Surprize me, He had Notifyed this Ever to me in a very Short but uncommonly well written German Letter, and I did not know the Arms I opened it the last whereas it would have been the first could I have guessed at its Contents.