Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Duchess of Leeds

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Letter from Queen Charlotte to the Duchess of Leeds

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8 August 1796


Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III


On a possible cure for her health complaint: 'What will You say to a Royal Doctor? The Number of Physicians being already so Great that any addition to them must make the Corps still more Tremendous! Be that as it may: I will not torment You with my Prescription, nor will I say No Cure, no Pay. I offer myself without a Fee, & send a Medicine which has been of great Benefit to Ldy Powlett whose Cramps in the Stomach seem to be very Similar to Yours'.