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the Queen to the Prince of Wales 20th. Feby 1789 My dearest Son. Though my head & Face still continue to plague me very much. I will not Omit any longer to return You thanks for Your affectionnate Congratulations, of which I shall not fail to inform the King whenever a proper opportunity does offer. I am sorry not to be able to accompany this with the Physicians oppinion about [[addition]] the Time of [[/addition]] Your seeing the King [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] but You may depend upon my sending it to Morrow Morning Early as I possibly can. I beg You will inform the Duke of York of this with my Compliments & believe me very Sincerely My dearest Son Your very affectionnate Mother & Friend Charlotte [[note]] Kew the 20th Febry. 1789. [[/note]]