<p style='text-align: justify;'>Note from Louisa Murray, Lady Stormont, to Mary Hamilton, relating to Hamilton's invitation to the Prince of Wales's Ball. She notes that such an invitation is a 'distinction & attention & that [...] [Hamilton] can not well excuse [...] [herself]'. The Prince mentioned his invitation to her husband as well as to Stormont herself. She writes of Hamilton not relishing the idea of throwing money away on dress for the occasion but that it need not be too expensive and that she will assist her as far as she can or at least 'as far as my inventive faculties will go'.</p>
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