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Prince's Court, Wednesday Night, March 4, 1789. MY DEAREST POLLY,
As the two servants set out to-morrow morning at four, and will arrive at Calais before you embark, I embrace this opportunity of wishing again a prosperous passage, and of saying how welcome a guest you will be at Prince's Court. Nothing could come there more to complete my fondest wishes than my beloved daughter. May her voyage and journey be in every moment and circumstance propitious !
I gave James five guineas. One he paid for the earnest to Dover of Betsy and himself. Betsy I gave three gui
I have hired a good-looking footman, in the room of poor Samuel, on the enclosed recommendation of Mr. Walwyn, Member for Hereford. He comes here to-morrow.
Your apartments here are perfectly well aired, clean, and in order.
The King, thank Heaven, continues well.
Adieu, ma chère fille, bon voyage.
END OF VOLUME III.
S. GOSNELL, Printer,