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My dearest son. Yr very kind & affectionate Letter reached me this Morning at the very moment we were all a going to Eaton for the Rowing Match, which I do assure You did go off as one could wish with all the Glee & Joy both High & low were Capable of [[deletion]] ften [[/deletion]] shewing upon the Occasion. & I hope the Evening will not be less Chearfull as we are all Unanimous in Our Sentiments. I have a great deal more to say, but have not time to do it, You will therefore excuse if I say no more than return You the Kgs Compliments & best wishes of the Day, as also those of Yr Sisters. & as for myself, [[foreign: French]] Je dit, Deiu Vous Demisse, Puissiez Vous etre toujours heureux, puisecque ce serait le Bon hour de Mon tris eher Fils Votre bien affectionnie Mere [[/foreign]] Charlotte. [[foreign: French]] ce 12 [[underlined]] me [[/underlined]] d'Aout [[/foreign]] 1793.