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[[unclear]] quite Similar to what You were witness to. He was a full hour quite Senseless Notwithstanding Cupping & Bleeding. He is now almost quite well, without any bad simptoms remaining, but not strong enough to think of going as Equerry in Waiting to Weymouth, He will come as a Visitor, & that will be very agreable. We have Dined at Lrd Beaulieu last [[deletion]] Wednes [[/deletion]] Tuesday & after we left him He took a ride, heated himself very much, would not Drink any thing Warm, choose to Eat quantitys of Fruit, the Consequence of which was a fainting Fit which made the World think He has had a Stroke, but He has been in Town Since, also upon the Terrace & I hope will make his Bow on [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Tuesday next. but to say the Truth He goes very Fast. I think it is now Time to release You I shall only beg my Compliment to the Princess