CollectionCorrespondence of Foreign Royal Families
ReferenceGEO/MAIN/52019-52020
Record TypeCorrespondence
TitleCopies in the hand of George III of two letters from the Duke of Brunswick to his son the Hereditary Prince of Brunswick objecting to his plan to go to England and ordering him not to go until January, and to take no more than 4 weeks to accompany his wife to London and return.
Date22 November 1769
WriterBrunswick, Charles I, Duke of (1713-1780)
AddresseeBrunswick, Charles William Ferdinand, Hereditary Prince of (1735-1806)
DescriptionThe first letter lays down his conditions, the second refuses to retract and insists that his son's duty to remain, given the situation in Brunswick, outweighs any reason he has to go to England. [These are probably copies of the letters which Princess Augusta sent to George III on 29 November (see GEO/MAIN/52021).]
LanguageFrench
Extent2 documents (3 pages)
Physical Description1 loose manuscript paper; mounted
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