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I hope to be the first whose Congratulations you will receive to Day. They are not only truely Sincer but such as an affectionnate Mothers Heart dictates upon the Occasion & therefore comprized in very few Words. May You be blessed with every thing that is good, [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] may Prosperity attend You every where, & may You be so Fortunate as to enjoy the affection of the truely good & Virtuous, & may You never be in want of a Sincere Friend. This is the Sum Total of my Hearts Eloquence to this [[deletion]] atte [[/deletion]] I add an Antique Present which I beg You to accept of & it suits well me thinks with the unalterable attachment & Sentiments of My dear Sons, [[unclear]] affectionnate Mother. Charlotte [[note]] Windsor the 12th/ August. 1799. [[/note]]