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[[note]] the Queen to the Prince of Wales 29th. June 1807. [[/note]] My dearest Son. The Kind manner in which You are pleased to ask my advice concerning a Summer Residence for dear little Charlotte, induced me to communicate the Contents of Your Letter to the King as the best means of doing Justice to Your wishes. The King after giving the Subject a most mature Consideration is of oppinion, that as all unpleasant matters are past, & quiet restored, it will be far better for You to secure a House near the Sea Side for Your Daughter, as Her comming to Windsor might perhaps be the means of creating some unforseen uneasiness which He is sure You as well as Himself would equally wish to avoid. I should have acknowledged the Receipt of Your Letter yesterday, had I not thought that You would like better at once to receive an answer which would prevent Your delaying to secure