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The Queen Apr. 5. 1792. My dearest Son. I knew that I was to have the pleasure of seeing You at Court to Day but gave up all Idea of it from the moment it was determined that the Kg was to go to the House as I was very certain You would be there if Well [[deletion]] I sha [[/deletion]] I shall go into the Drawingroom at two a Clock as usual & do not think that it will last very long as it was so extreamly full on [[deletion]] Thursda [[/deletion]] Sunday last, & though I am ever happy to see You, & sorry whenever deprived of Yr company, I do not think that it will be possible for You to be in time afterwards, nor indeed worth Yr while of taking the trouble.