<p style='text-align: justify;'>Queen Charlotte responds to Mary Hamilton's letter of the same date (HAM/1/1/2/8), noting that she interprets her resignation as the effect of 'low spirits' and that therefore she will not 'indulge you with an entire belief of what you have said'. She advises Hamilton not to be 'too much dejected about yourself as you will find that, is possible more pernicious to your Health than real illness'. She continues that if she 'in some time hence' still feels the same, which the Queen hopes will not be the case, then she asks her not to mention it until a new person is found. Dated Monday morning, Queen's Lodge [Windsor].</p>
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