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I hope my dear that You understand my meaning by the Step I have taken, not to be with an Intention of either Meddling or forcing myself upon You, but [[unclear]] of putting You in mind of a thing that ought not to be putt off much longer, & to put You in the right way of doing it. I hope to hear from Sr H. H. that You are in a mending way tho God know the weather is not the best Invalides at present & the Goal seems to be more Violent this Year than ever & very reluctant to depart, that You may very soon be released from so Painful a Companion is the Sincere wish of My dearest Son Your very affectionate Mother & Sincere Friend Charlotte [[note]] Windsor the 11th March 1814. [[/note]] [[note]] The Queen to the Prince Regent 11. March 1814 [[/note]]