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His Majesty had no sleep yesterday nor last night, but has been talking with little interruption, and generally in an elevated tone of voice. The topics of His Majesty's discourse have been the same as usual, irregularly deviating from one subject to another, and free from ill humour. His Majesty ate His dinner tolerably well yesterday, and shows no particular marks of bodily indisposition.

(sign'd) W Heberden R. Willis

Windsor Castle 21 Dec 1819

To His Royal Highness The Duke of York