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As to Our motions I am unable to give You any account, When we left Windsor the Kg talked of staying eight weeks. but since our arrival He has been Silent upon the Subject. but I think Your making a Visit to the Child so Natural that the Time You have chosen to come appears to me very proper & we shall all be happy to see You. & should I hear the Kg name the Subject I shall not fail to inform You of it. Of The Duke of Cumberlands intention to come here I am ignorant. but as He talked of taking a House here, before we set Out for this Place, & did not do it, perhaps this proposed Visit may also vanish in Smoke. I am truely sorry to hear that He has again proved so unkind to You in His Conduct, & feel particularly happy to know that You have given him no occasion for doing so