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the Grand Dutchess declaring that She felt no partiality towards Her, & that the last Visits which passed between them were most disagreable & that She was a very Intriguing Woman. The Prince of Orange was of Course not Named but She [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] assured the Dutchess of York that being Convinced that You had the Power over Her Person, She was determined to Submit entirely to Your will. the same Language She has held I believe to some of Your Sisters which encourages one to believe Her Sincere in Her Professions. I have had a Letter from Stuttgard anouncing to me by the desire of the