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the Queen to the Prince Regent [[unclear]] My dearest Son. I put off writing again that I might have the Satisfaction to Inform you that every Article about Charlottes Troufseau as far as Will be wanted & Necefsary for either the 4th/5th/ or. 6th. the Days [[unclear]] Bloomsfeild mentioned in His Letter [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] for the Wedding likely to take Place, will be ready & I hope meet with Your approbation. I now must Congratulate You upon having been able to take a ride on Horseback, a Piece of News which gives Universal Joy & particularly so to the [[unclear]] of this House as it raises Our Hopes to see You soon Amongst Us which [[underlined]] one & all [[/underlined]] do wish most Heartily. You will remember a French saying [[underlined]] [[foreign:french]] que les villes ne font que Toufser & que parler [[/foreign]] [[/underlined]] You shall not say that of Me, but if You say