CollectionAdditional papers of George IV, as Prince, Regent, and King
Record TypeCorrespondence
TitleLetter from George IV to [Lord Francis Conyngham]
Date26 September 1823
WriterGeorge IV, King
AddresseeConyngham, 2nd Marquess of
DescriptionThanking him for his 'kind note' and enclosures which have been 'a great comfort and relief to me'. That Conyngham may call on him soon 'for be sure you never can come too soon, or too often, or stay too long whenever you do come'. The king shall send two letters tomorrow to be forwarded to Denbies. Conyngham is to relay his thanks to Mr [George] Canning 'for his Offer, of the American Consulship' which the king intends to consider for a few days before responding.
Signed with initials and dated Friday evening.
Place Of WritingKing's Lodge
Extent1 document (1 page)
Physical DescriptionLoose manuscript paper; mounted
Custodial HistoryPurchased 1964 along with GEO/ADD/3/55-59, 61-63, and letter from Maria Fitzherbert to Thomas Coutts, 1795 (ref GEO/ADD/16/84)
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