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My dearest Son. Nothing can equal the joy [[deletion]] with [[/deletion]] which the Commission I was intrusted with for the Kg has occasioned. [[underline]] He desired [[deletion]] that [[/deletion]] [[addition]] me [[/addition]] to return You his Thanks, for having employed me to convey such agreeable News, & to assure You that He never could forget Your Conduct upon this occasion: [[/underline]] these are His own words & I thought then so expressive, that I should feel doing them injustice by not making use of them. I can not but seizing this opportunity of Congratulating You upon being the Instrument of restoring Yr Brother again into a Situation out of which He was drove in so ungracious a manner, we all feel most happy upon this occasion, but none more Sincerely so than My dearest Son Your ever affectionate Mother & Friend Charlotte [[note]] Windsor the 23d/ May 1811 [[/note]]