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Sir David Dundas has the honor to inform His Royal Highness The Prince Regent that His Majesty has had a very good night, & looks well in the countenance this Morning. His Majesty permitted a Truss to be applied with very little opposition, but before His dressing was finished, He made an attempt to remove it. It has been replaced, & He does not appear at present to be disposed to disturb it.

Windsor Castle 28 December 1819