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I should have sent it by the return of the Messenger. it was Sr Henry Halford who told me You were ignorant of what had passed. I beg pardon for sending such a bad piece of writing, but it is late & I am afraid not to be in Time for the Duke of Cambridge who is the bearer of this. I wish You a very good Nights rest or if You please - [[underline]] a [[foreign:French]] Bon repos. [[/foreign]] [[/underline]] & though half a Sleep most Sincerely My dearest Son Ever Yr affectionate Mother Charlotte [[note]] Windsor the 9th Octbr 1811. [[/note]]