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F.C. P[hilips] (Bazus three leagues north of Toulouse) to his mother [at Bath]: there are reports that they are to march across France to embark at Boulogne; the entry of Le Duc d'Angouleme into Toulouse; Campbell is recovering; has been unable to buy lace for Charlotte, as prices have risen so extravagantly with the arrival of the English; news of George FitzClarence; grieves to find that the sale of poor dear Rhual seems unavoidable, but he hopes that some means may yet be devised to save it; John Eyton's match surprised them much.

[NLW ref.207].

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