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The King has manifested by more remarkable
 
The King has manifested by more remarkable
proofs than [[unclear]], if possible, the extraordinary
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proofs than ever, if possible, the extraordinary
 
energies of His constitution, in His recovery
 
energies of His constitution, in His recovery
 
from the effects of His late exertion in talking
 
from the effects of His late exertion in talking
to many hours, under a total [[unclear]]
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so many hours, under a total privation
 
of rest - for excepting a degree  
 
of rest - for excepting a degree  
 
of hoarseness, we remark nothing now
 
of hoarseness, we remark nothing now
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dress'd Himself well this morning, eaten  
 
dress'd Himself well this morning, eaten  
 
an excellent breakfast, and discovers
 
an excellent breakfast, and discovers
a cheerfulness and alacrity of maker,
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a cheerfulness and alacrity of manner,
 
which satisfies us that His food
 
which satisfies us that His food
 
and sleep have refresh'd and restored
 
and sleep have refresh'd and restored

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Report. Windsor Castle. Dec: 23. 1819.

The King has manifested by more remarkable proofs than ever, if possible, the extraordinary energies of His constitution, in His recovery from the effects of His late exertion in talking so many hours, under a total privation of rest - for excepting a degree of hoarseness, we remark nothing now different from His Majesty's usual state - His Majesty dined very well yesterday - and has slept since He went to bed, more than ten hours - His Majesty has dress'd Himself well this morning, eaten an excellent breakfast, and discovers a cheerfulness and alacrity of manner, which satisfies us that His food and sleep have refresh'd and restored Him.

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Henry Halford Robt Willis

For His Royal Highness the Prince Regent