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Copy/ You will, I am sure, be glad to hear my dearest Son, that Mr Percival has seen The King & communicated the state of Public Business pending in the two Houses of Parliament. His Majesty gave perfect attention to his report, & was particularly desirous to know how you had conducted yourself, which Mr. Perceval answer's to have been in the most respectful, most prudent & affectionate manner. I send my servant on purpose with this account as it will, I am sure, give you as much satisfaction as it has given to Your ever affectionnate Mother & Friend /signd/ Charlotte [[note]] Windsor 29th. Jan. 1811 [[/note]]