Nancy Johnson (ed.), The Court Journals and Letters of Frances Burney, Vol. 6: 1790–1791
201Queen's Lodge, Windsor12 January 90To [Benjamin Waddington]1
ALS (Peyraud collection),2 12 January 1790
1 sheet 4to, 1 p.
Queen's Lodge, Windsor3
Jany. 12th. —90
I beg you to accept my sincerest acknowledgements for the most welcome intelligence with which you have just favoured me,4 as well pg 2as my Heart-felt congratulations on the safety & relief of the beloved sufferer.5
I entreat you to find a moment for telling her the joy you have given me, & that I shall myself find another, as soon as you or Mrs. Granville6 will deem it prudent, & will have the goodness to inform me a few lines will do her no harm.
In the mean while, the shortest account of her proceedings would highly oblige me, if time can be spared for affording me that gratification.
With my kindest Love to my dear amiable Friend, & best Compliments to Mr.7 & Mrs. Granville, I remain,
- Your Obliged
- & obedt. servt.
- F: Burney.
We remove to-morrow to Town for the Winter.