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the Queen to the Prince Regent 19th. March 1814 My dearest Son. The News from the Continent of yesterday fill my heart with more Joy then my Pen is able to exprefs I beg You to accept my Congratulation upon this happy Event & also my thanks for [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] ordering Sr. H.H. to inform me of it. The next Good News I should wish to receive would be that [[underlined]] of No Peace [[/underlined]] Let us go to Paris & force Napoleon to surrender Himself or let England be the means of restoring the poor Bourbons upon the Throne & then I think This Island will be Immortal I wish most Sincerely that You may not Suffer from all the Fatigues