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

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Queens House October 30th 1783 My Dear William Though I received your letter for which I owe you many thanks on Friday last, I posponed writing to you till I came to London, as I hoped that I should either hear, or see something, the account of which would perhaps amuse you. However I will relate to you something that happened last Tuesday at Windsor as Mama was driving up the long Walk she met by chance some of Hews's people riding and she was so good as to send for us, it is worth while being seen but at the same time it is painful to think what a chance they run of being killed. One Man in leaping jumps off his Horse and at the end of the leap jumps on again, two others ride upon four Horses