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His Majesty has pass'd a better night than we expected He would considering that the Strangers were in His room. The King slept about five hours and did not rise this morning till a quarter before seven. At our visit just now we found the King, tho' more temperate in His expression, still apparently deeply incensed with the Queen's Council individually and generally. Yet we think that the fury of the storm has abated, and have less reason to apprehend any further increase of Fever at present. In short the check has been a salutory one. God knows! it was become urgently necessary - and the only ground on which