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probably last several Days, General Gwynn bring but indifferent recounts of the Dutchefs of York how I pitty Her, for I fear that Her Complaint increases upon her. I hope You found little dear Charlotte well. I long to see at my return to London how she is improved, but still more to see You & to afsure You beg word of mouth how [[unclear]] I am Yr very affectionate Mother & Sincere Friend. Charlotte Weymouth. the 11 [[underlined]] th [[/underlined]] Sep [[underlined]] tbr [[/underlined]] 1797. [[image]]