Letter from Queen Charlotte to Prince William, written at Queen's House

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some things over & over again, I will therefore only add, that, in case You love Yourself, You will try to be guided by reason if You really know the Sense of the Word, & not by passion, & look upon those as Your Friends who speak [[addition]] the truth [[/addition]] & not those who flatter, as I am sure You must & will find hereafter, that no Rank whatever will shield You from being exposed in the World for Your follies. I beg my Compliment to General Budé, & am very Sincerely. Your very affectionnate Mother & Sincere Friend. Charlotte Q. H. the 29th. April 1785 [[image]]