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

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with a Child which they Hold up in the air and who stands upon their shoulders and a Man dressed like a Fool stands between the four Horses upon the Stirrups in this Way they gallop several times round the inclosed place in which they ride. It would be too tedious to repeat all the various attitudes in which they ride. Wenesday we went to Druly lane Mrs Siddons acted The Play was the Fatal Marriage, I saw it last Year, & most dreadful story it is I believe one of the deepest Tragedies that appears upon our Stage. Yesterday we went to Court your acquaintance Captain Sattern was presented. He is married and has brought his wife to England. We have of late had Company constantly at Windsor The Dutchess of Ancaster has been there before the Christening and [[deletion]] has [[/deletion]] continues to remain with us.


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