CollectionCorrespondence of William IV
ReferenceGEO/MAIN/44877-44878
Record TypeCorrespondence
TitleLetter from the Duke of Clarence to George, Prince of Wales
Date17 August 1790
WriterClarence and St Andrews, William, Duke of
AddresseeGeorge, Prince of Wales (1762-1830)
DescriptionThe Duke informs the Prince of the last developments at Torbay, waiting to sail. Lord Howe has arrived but the departure has been delayed again, possibly because of the great number of ships involved, many of which are already badly manned. The Duke thinks sailing with such a big fleet is a bad idea which came only from the King's vanity.
Jack Lemon, who is going to be on the cruise with the Duke, asks the Prince to be remember with respect.
Place Of WritingTorbay
LanguageEnglish
Extent1 document (3 pages)
Physical DescriptionLoose manuscript paper; mounted.
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PublicationsPublished in "The Correspondence of George Prince of Wales, 1770-1789", II, edited by A Aspinall; no 521
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