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[[note]] the Queen to the Prince Regent 18th. March 1813 [[/note]] I cannot be silent to Day my dearest Son for I feel anxious to Congratulate You upon the good turn things have taken last Night in the House & also thank you for Yr Amiability in [[deletion]] sending [[/deletion]] acquainting Us with it so early. Indeed Yesterday was a Heavy Day full of anxiety, but now as the Country Gentlemen begin to\ represent [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Yr present Conduct in this Affair as forced upon You by Yr Adversary I live in Hopes that all will turn out to Yrs & Our Satisfaction This is the fervent Prayer of Yr Affectionnate Mother Charlotte [[note]] Windsor the 18th/ March 1813 [[/note]]