CollectionGeorge II
TitleLetter from George, Prince of Wales to George II
Date[12 September 1756]
WriterGeorge, Prince of Wales (1738-1820)
AddresseeGeorge II, King
DescriptionAsking permission 'to remain with the Princess my Mother; this point is of too great consequence to my happiness for me not to wish ardently Your Majesty's favour & indulgence in it'; on John, Earl of Bute: 'I presume most humbly to lay before Your Majesty this my most ardent request, & my only one with regard to an Establishment Your Majesty most graciously intends for me; nothing can make me happier, or fill my mind with warmer Gratitude, than Your Majesty's gracious condiscention, in favour of a person, whom early and long acquaintance has so naturaly pointed out to my preferance; and of whose Duty and Zeal for Your Majesty, I have the most certain knowledge. I humbly hope that this request, will appear so reasonable to Your Majesty, that I shall on this occasion, experience the same Paternal tenderness which has hitherto so much contributed to my happiness and the continuance of which I shall ever think my greatest comfort'
Signed and dated at Kew
Extent1 document (4 pages)
Physical DescriptionLoose manuscript paper; mounted
Related MaterialGEO/MAIN/211 for order; GEO/MAIN/212 for letter to Lord Waldegrave; GEO/MAIN/52954 for letter from George II to Augusta, Princess Dowager of Wales; and GEO/MAIN/52957 for response from Augusta, Princess Dowager of Wales
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