<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Charlotte Gunning to Mary Hamilton. She assures Hamilton that her 'bad spirits' have now disappeared. She now describes herself as cheerful and gay and notes that her family is to return home in a fortnight, which she is immensely happy about. She also writes of London society, noting that London is 'in the height of gaiety – Balls without end'. Gunning is to attend two this week. She notes that the Duchess of Devonshire is to give three balls, Lady Spencer two, and the Prince among others. She writes that she is almost tired of them, as she longs to see her family. The letter continues on Gunning's regard for Lady Carlisle, books and gossip about Prince Frederick, Duke of York.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Original reference No. 12.</p>
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