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the Queen to the Prince of Wales 6th. May 1807. The Kg will be of the Party at [[unclear]] tomorrow. My dearest Son. The Papers with Yr two affectionnate letters came safe to my Stands, & I have studyed them with all pofsible attention. As yet the dear King had not [[deletion]] No [[/deletion]] mentioned them to me, for the Days that He goes to London, He seldom stays after Breakfast being over, but You may rest afsured Whenever the different Subject are touched upon I shall not fail to exert all [[addition]] in [[/addition]] my Powers to alleviate Your distrefs & to prevent if Pofsible a new Breach in the Family of which there has been full enough already. I shall not make any comment upon the Papers, [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] but will only add that it is my earnest wish that by my feeble endeavours I may be enabled to secure some Ease & Comfort to Your agitated Mind, in which if I do not succeed according to the expectation, You will accuse the Head but not the Heart of My dearest Son Your ever affectionnate Mother & Sincere Friend Charlotte Windsor the 6 [[underlined]] th [[/underlined]] 1807