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staying with them below. He then inquired the Names of these ladies & was told Miss Seymor & Miss Fellows. He then said I know the last but who is the first & was answer Lrd C. Natural Daughter, He [[unclear]] asked me if I knew that, I answered I understood She was a ward of His, & then several of the others said No She was His Daughter. This I thought was my Duty to mention to You, but I was still more [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] anxious to inform You of my having received a Letter from ldy C. Yesterday Morning in which She renews Her request about Miss Mckenzie. & then returns me thanks for [[deletion]] to [[/deletion]] allowing Miss Seymour to be presented at Court. & inquires whether I can [[unclear]] of the same oppinion. Now my dear You must remember that I imediately laid to You why present Her at all upon which You answered me it will be just like Mademoiselle le Clair. & I made the remark God knows so many people come to Court that I do not think the Kg would mind it much particularly as He does not know Her. but I do not remember that I ever said, [[underline]] I gave leave that She should be presented. & You know that Step I never should take without the Kgs leave at any time [[/underline]] nor did I understand it in that light, [[deletion]] [[unclear]] that Lrd [[unclear]] wished to [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Else I should immediately have given for answer that I did not dare give