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[[note]] the Queen to the Prince Regent 11th Septr. 1814.[[/note]] You mentioned when I last had the Pleasure of seeing You is True, I think The Prince will not gain either more Beauty nor perhaps so mild a Disposition in His Second chrise as in the fist [[foreign:French]] mais c'est son affairer. [[/foreign]] The Saint is delighted with His party, He talks in raptures of the Owners of the Place, the Place itself, & lastly of Your kindness to every Body, I fear He will not like His return to Lrd Chesterfields quite so well, for there is no Company at all. I beg to be remembered to William & they You will believe me most Sincerely. Ever Your Affectionnate Mother & Friend Charlotte [[note]] Windsor Palace the 11th Septbr 1814. [[/note]]