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the Queen to the Prince Regent 12th. May 1812 My dearest Son. I cannot pofsibly begin this day without returning You thanks for Your attention of sending Adolphus to me last Night which I felt doubly as I know how much Your own mind must have been Shocked with the horrible Event he had to Communicate _ I most anxiously wish that You may be Fortunate enough to replace this lofs with a Person Equally attached to Yourself & the Country The Steadinefs You have shewn Since you have been placed in this Situation has [[unclear]] You the good Opinion & Esteem of the Country & I Trust that in His Succefor You may be able to find Combined together Equal [[unclear]] & Integrity as I am sure it will be Your wish to do so. It will be better I think not to fix any particular