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I have now hardly any think more to say excepting that I rejoice to hear that You Continue to enjoy good Health and Spirits and that the Sejour of Brighton is still so pleasant and agreeable having been myself a Witnefs of the manner of being at the Pavillion I can very feel with what regret the Company must leave that Society, for it was with that feeling, that it was quitted by My dearest Son Your Sincere Friend Charlotte Windsor the 30th/ Novbr/ 1814. the Queen to the Prince regent 30th. Nov. 1814