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My dearest Son. A Circumstance happened on Sunday Night in my room when we had a matter of eight ladies with us which I was very anxious to communicate to You as yesterday Morning, but my Time was so taken up from eight a Clock [[deletion]] un [[/deletion]] till past twelve which so fretted me that could I without [[addition]] [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[/addition]] making the World who is ever read to work the Royal Family [[addition]] more [[unclear]] [[/addition]] gone to You or send a Message I should have done it, particularly as I expected Ernest who had promised to come & would have made it so easy to have done but He failed & I was obliged to leave London quite unhappy to myself. The Kg took Notice of Ldy Chalmandaley's Children at Church, admired them & said in the Evening how glad He was to see Her so constantly at Chapel & then asked if She had a [[addition]] particular [[/addition]] place allowed by ldy Mary Cook in the Closet. ldy Bath said, that She was only there during Lent, & when the Royal Family was about She as well as many other of the Par. ldies sat in the Peers seat below. The Kg answered She must find that much Colder seat, upon which He was answered that ldy C. being attentive to the Young ladies which were with Her could not bring them up Stairs, & therefore preferred staying