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K. Q. H. the 8th/ of June 1782. My dear lady Charlotte Finch. There is so much Comfort in all Your accounts from Deal Castle that I cannot possibly [[deletion]] ref [[/deletion]] deprive myself any longer the pleasure of expressing my joy upon it, May it please Providence to restore Your little charge to his Natural Health and Spirits that we may the sooner have the pleasure of seeing You amongst us again. Our Birth Day was very Brilliant in Company, and elegant in Finery, my Daughter Augusta did also Grace it with Her presence. You my dear lady Charlotte know enough of Her character as to fancy to Yourself Her surprize when She was made acquainted with my intention of producing Her. She was perfectly silent for some time & grew more timorous as the moment of Our appearance approached. however, She went through it very properly & I have the Satisfaction