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Page 347 - The Queen considers it to be her duty to lose no time in acquainting the Princess of Wales, that she has received a communication from her son, the Prince Regent, in which he states, that her Majesty's intention of holding two drawing-rooms in the ensuing month having been notified to the public, he must declare that he considers that his own presence at her court cannot be dispensed with ; and that he desires it...
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Page 346 - I am not absolutely bound to assert them, in order to relievo the Queen, as far as I can, from the painful situation in which she is placed by your Royal Highness ; not from any consciousness of blame, not from any doubt of the existence of those rights, or of my own worthiness to enjoy them. " Sir, the time you have selected for this proceeding is calculated to make it peculiarly galling. Many illustrious strangers are already arrived in England...