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My dearest Son. I was most agreably surprised with Your very kind and affectionnate Letter which arrived Yesterday afternoon, and fell very anxious to answer it directly if there had been time to do it before I went to Frogmore, but tho [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] it is later thou I could have wished I beg You to believe that I do feel most deeply Your Attention and Affectionate rememberance of this Sham Birth day of mine as well as for the many repeated proofs You have given me upon all occasions of Your kindnefs. I have had the pleasure of seeing Charlotte almost every Day, She Dined have on Sunday and during the Music She sate down by me and asked it you were soon to return to London, upon my answering I believed not sooner than the meeting of Parliament She exprefsed Herself completely Happy at the good understanding between You and Herself wishing most