<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Louisa Cheveley to Mary Hamilton. The letter relates to Cheveley's role as a sub-governess to the Royal Family, her day-to-day dealings with the Princess under her care and general news on building improvements at Windsor. She took Princess Mary [1776-1857] for a walk in the Park then later asked her what she would write to Hamilton if she had a pen in her hand. She notes that she went to both Miss Goldsworthy's room and Hamilton's room even though she knew they were not there and wonders why she did so. She notes that it is only when Princess Mary is sleeping can she conclude her letter in peace.</p>
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